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|01/05/2016||Community Based Emergency Management - Overview||This Community Based Emergency Management Overview provides key information for communities and organisations to better understand and participate in further developing and using a community based approach|
|21/03/2016||Emergency Management Operational Communications Program update – March 2016||Emergency Management Operational Communications Program update – March 2016|
|01/02/2016||EMMV Update Guide for Manual February 2016||EMMV Update Guide for Manual February 2016|
|01/01/2016||Community Report - Lancefield-Cobaw fire||The Lancefield planned burn was ignited by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) on 30 September 2015 and escaped containment lines on 3 October 2015.|
|01/12/2015||Stewarton Fire Review Community Report||This Community Report relates to the review of the Stewarton Fire and its impact on the communities of Goorambat, Goomalibee and Stewarton.|
|01/12/2015||Emergency Management Victoria - Year in Review 2014-15||Emergency Management Victoria, Year in Review 2014-15|
|01/12/2015||Emergency Management Operational Review 2014-15||Emergency Management Operational Reviews supersedes the Post Fire Season Operational Reviews as it moves to an ‘All agencies, all hazards, all year round’ approach.|
|01/11/2015||Lessons management framework (EM-LEARN)||In November 2015, Victoria’s first sector-wide lessons management framework, EM-LEARN, was approved. This framework further supports the development of a culture of continuous improvement and outlines a model for lessons management and how it will be implemented into the sector, particularly operational activities initially.|
|01/10/2015||Strategic priorities for emergency management volunteering in Victoria||The Strategic Priorities express common needs across emergency management volunteering and describe the direct value to volunteers.
The priorities are designed to drive, guide and inform strategy, investment planning, decision-making and focus across the sector, in agencies, organisations, government and EMV.
|01/09/2015||Critical Infrastructure Resilience Strategy||The Critical Infrastructure Resilience Strategy sets out the vision, principles and strategic priorities for the future direction in building resilience of Victoria’s critical infrastructure.|