Here are just some of the current projects that Emergency Management Victoria are working in conjunction with
A new web-based communication, planning and collaboration tool has been rolled out across Victoria this summer to enable emergency personnel to quickly share information and make strategic decisions.
Operational communications provides the underpinning capability to allow agencies to operate and interoperate. Network investments are typically large, and the lead times to build new infrastructure are long. These investments are a prerequisite to many smaller technology efficiency projects, so must be undertaken first.
Victoria’s emergency management sector has a new world class training facility to enhance emergency management education and training capabilities for all emergencies.
Under the Emergency Management Act 2013, the State Crisis and Resilience Council (SCRC) is responsible for developing a three-year rolling Emergency Management Strategic Action Plan. The Emergency Management Strategic Action Plan 2015-2018 (SAP) will steer the vision, strategic priorities, investment and principles for Government and the emergency management sector.
Marine search and rescue in Victoria is moving forward with significant change taking place within the sector to make it more collaborative, effective and sustainable.
The Victorian Government is committed to reform the State’s emergency management arrangements to create safer and more resilient communities. This includes the review and redesign of Victoria’s relief and recovery system, as identified through numerous reviews, inquiries and reports.