Emergency Management Victoria is leading emergency management in Victoria by working with communities, government, agencies and business to strengthen their capacity to withstand, plan for, respond to and recover from emergencies.
The Victorian emergency management sector is supporting communities to better connect and build a safer and more resilient future.
A model to understand capability in Victoria has been in development in the emergency management sector since 2015. It is based on the United States’ National Preparedness Goal.
The Executive Consequence Management (ECM) Program is a three-day residential program which drives the all communities, all emergency model of emergency management in strategic leaders within Victoria’s emergency management sector.
Emergency Management Victoria manages several grants programs and awards on behalf of the state and commonwealth government.
Lessons management involves the identification and learning of lessons captured through assurance activities (including debriefing, monitoring and reviews) occurring before, during and after emergencies.
Volunteers play a critical role in the delivery of emergency management across Victoria. There are over 100,000 volunteers throughout the State across a wide range of agencies, supported by paid staff.
The emergency management sector comprises a wide range of agencies, departments, not for profit organisations, industry and businesses, some with core business outside of emergency management. The expertise, research and knowledge generated by these organisations is critical to better understanding emergency management in Victoria.