This publication reports the results of Victoria’s state-level emergency risk assessment. It contains
information about Victoria’s significant emergency related risks, including a comparison of their severity, and the institutional arrangements in place to manage these risks.
Table of contents
- What is this report about?
- What is this report for?
- Scope of risks
- Who is responsible for managing emergency risks?
- This report
- How are risks identified?
- Emergency management arrangements in Victoria
- Overview of Victoria’s emergency risks
- Risk characterisation (evaluation) matrices
- What does the assessment tell us about emergency risks in Victoria?
- Comparison of assessment results with the 2012‑13 study
- Emergency risk descriptions
- Electricity supply disruption
- Emergency animal disease
- Emergency plant pest
- Gas supply disruption
- Hazardous materials incident
- Maritime emergency
- Mine emergency
- Pandemic influenza
- Water supply disruption
- Appendix 1 – Descriptive definitions
- Appendix 2 – More detail about the emergency risk assessment process
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