Jacob Riley

Jacob Riley

Lead end user

With the multitude of warnings issued when an emergency hits, how can emergency services ensure their critical safety advice is heard and acted upon, rather than dismissed as noise? This project is helping emergency services warn communities by actively testing the wording and structure of warning messages to better understand how messages are understood and translated into direct action. The team is supporting broader initiatives in the communications and warnings space, not just for individual organisations, but also at the national level by providing reviews and assisting with the development of evidence-based warning doctrine.

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Presentation-Slideshow 27 Aug 2019 Intelligent Warnings PDF icon Save (392.51 KB) communication, multi-hazard

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