Emergency Alert is the national telephone warning system used by emergency management agencies. During emergencies such as fire, flood or extreme weather events, your landline or mobile telephone may be used to send you an emergency warning message.
An emergency alert is just one way to warn a community and will not be issued in all circumstances. You should be adequately prepared in the event of an emergency, continue to use a range of information sources and stay aware of local conditions. Do not wait to receive an alert before taking action.
The Emergency Alert service is available across all telephone networks. You do not need to register for Emergency Alert.
Learn more about this system at emergencyalert.gov.au.
The Alert SA website provides social media messages, in one place, from all state emergency services so that you know the latest on any situation.
The site provides reliable and timely emergency incident and warning information that can be accessed by the public on mobile, tablet or desktop computer. Current alerts are easily visible, ensuring that you have access to the most up-to-date information from a range of agencies on any particular event.
Bookmark the Alert SA website today www.alert.sa.gov.au.