Once you have set up the Hub, bring everyone together to ensure they are clear on objectives, their roles, the layout, and how they will share information and work together.
Regularly repeat this briefing with the lanyard holders to ensure things are working smoothly.
Include community members, volunteers, people, and organisations involved in response planning. Check the lists of organisations and business listed in your local Community Emergency Hub Guide.
If not, change roles/lanyards as appropriate. If there are roles that still need to be allocated, people may end up with two or more roles. Pass them on to other people as they show up to offer help.
Make sure everyone has a clear idea of how the Hub will run and how information and people might move through the Hub, depending on their needs.
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