AIDR is currently engaging stakeholders via the Lessons Management Handbook survey. We invite your input in identifying areas of the 2013 edition that need to be updated, reorganised or revised to reflect current principles and practice.
Lessons Management Handbook
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AIDR values the input of stakeholders in the handbook review process. We invite you to share your ideas through the Lessons Management Handbook Survey.
The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience (AIDR) is reviewing the Lessons Management Handbook (2013). This handbook will provide guidance on national principles and practices for lessons management in Australia.
The revised handbook will draw on and complement current and ongoing activity in lessons management and build on the capability and knowledge of organisations and individuals across the disaster resilience sector in Australia and internationally.
A multidisciplinary expert reference group has been convened to inform the review of the handbook. Heather Crawley, has been engaged as content writer.
This handbook is designed to offer a series of considerations, checklists and prompts for lessons managers, and to provide a number of examples to illustrate different aspects of the lessons management process.