Emergency Law: Rights, Liabilities and Duties of Emergency Workers and Volunteers

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Federation Press, 2010 - Law - 288 pages
Emergency Law gives a clear insight into legal issues involved in planning for and responding to emergencies. It is concise account of the law that applies in a civil emergency and to the Australian emergency services as well as the rights and obligations of those who provide emergency care to the sick or injured, be they professionals, trained volunteers, neighbours or strangers who stop to help.

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