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Celebrate a local resilience project or initiative by nominating it for the 2023 Resilient Australia Awards.
Victoria’s drier than average conditions are expected to continue into autumn.
The Volunteer Workforce and Culture Steering Committee was established to bring together three of Victoria’s emergency services organisations with a strong volunteer workforce - Country Fire Authority, Life Saving Victoria and the Victoria State Emergency Service.
Today marks 40 years since the Ash Wednesday bushfires. We reflect and remember those lost, and others who continue to be affected.
Up to $200 million per year is available nationally for projects that improve Australia’s resilience to natural hazards.
‘Lessons Management Update’ provides an overview of the implementation of lessons management in the Victorian emergency management sector.
Now in its seventh year of operations, Victoria’s Night Fire Aviation Program (NFAP) today recommenced for the 2022–23 fire season.
The outstanding contribution of the state’s emergency services personnel has been recognised in this year’s Australia Day Honours List.
Real Time Monitoring and Evaluation (RTM&E) teams recently travelled to the state’s flood zones – the Loddon Mallee Region during October and the Hume Region in November, as well as completing virtual deployments in November and December.
Emergency management and community organisations have received $3.2 million in funding to strengthen their response to natural disasters.