About us

Emergency Management Victoria (EMV) leads emergency management in Victoria by maximising the ability of the emergency management sector to work together and to strengthen the capacity of communities to plan for, withstand, respond to and recover from emergencies.

EMV supports the Emergency Management Commissioner to lead and coordinate emergency preparedness, response and recovery across Victoria's emergency management sector in conjunction with communities, government, agencies and business.

EMV is an integral part of the broader emergency management sector and shares responsibility with a range of agencies, organisations and departments for ensuring the system of emergency management in Victoria is sustainable, effective and community focussed.

Newsletters and subscriptions

We offer several newsletters to keep you informed about emergency management.

Our organisation

Emergency Management Victoria (EMV) was established in July 2014 and plays a key role in implementing the Victorian Government’s emergency management reform agenda.

What we do

Emergency Management Victoria (EMV) was established in July 2014 and plays a key role in implementing the Victorian Government’s emergency management reform agenda.

Corporate reporting

EMV’s financial and operational reporting is through the Department of Justice and Regulation Annual Report.

Locations

EMV manages several locations including the State Control Centre (SCC) and Victorian Emergency Management Institute (VEMI). It also has several Regional offices across Victoria.

Working as one

This page highlights some of the great work that is done in the emergency management sector.

Current projects

Some of the current projects that Emergency Management Victoria are working in conjunction with

Careers

Our Shared Vision and Goals make EMV a great place to work as we strive to deliver exceptional outcomes for the Victorian community through our Emergency Management sector partners.