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Memoranda of Understanding with emergency broadcasters in Victoria Victoria has Memoranda of Understanding with a number of broadcasters and Emergency Management Victoria
TriTech Lubricants factory fire The Fire Services Commissioner requested the Emergency Services Commissioner undertake a review of the fire that occurred on 19 May 2011 at the TriTech Lubricants factory fire located in Dandenong South.
Review of Community Bushfire Warnings The final report of the review was delivered in July 2011. The review found that considerable progress had been made with policies, procedures, practices and systems, particularly in response to the Royal Commission recommendations.
Fire Service Commissioner Victoria - State Controllers Intent Fire Service Commissioner Victoria - Strategic Control Priorities - State Controller’s Intent POLICY 001 2011
Westmeadows Grassfire Review At approximately 5pm on 24 January 2012, a grassfire occurred on the west side of Broadmeadows Valley Park, which is a reserve managed by Hume City Council.
Yarra Valley Grammar School Review The Fire Services Commissioner requested Fire & Rescue NSW to conduct a review of a fire that occurred on 30 January, 2012 at the Yarra Valley Grammar School, located at Kalinda Road in Ringwood, Victoria.
NuPlex Chemical Incident On December 19 2011, a chemical incident occurred at the Nuplex chemical plant in Wangaratta. The incident was caused by an uncontrolled chemical reaction in a reactor vessel, which released an extremely odorous vapour in the surrounding community.
Port of Portland Emergency The Port of Portland emergency was first reported to the Country Fire Authority (CFA) on Saturday 18 February 2012 and involved liquid pitch (tar) leaking from a 4000 tonne storage tank.
Post season review report 2011/12 2011/12 Post Season Review Report
Post Bushfire Season Review 2011-12 The 2011-12 review summarises the findings of a state-wide joint agency debriefing process aimed at building on past learnings.