The 2011-12 review summarises the findings of a state-wide joint agency debriefing process aimed at building on past learnings.
Key command and control issues relating to bushfire preparedness, response and recovery that applied during the 2011/12 Fire Danger Period were the main focus of the review.
The report showed significant progress in the adoption and implementation of a wide range of initiatives associated with improving fire and emergency preparedness, response and recovery in Victoria.
Despite the low level of operational activity the debriefing process was able to identify key issues and potential improvement opportunities which drove the following year’s pre-season exercising program.
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