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|04/05/2016||Emergency Management Volunteer Statement||Through reference to the key principles set down in this Emergency Management Volunteer Statement, the parties commit to use and apply the Statement to strengthen the culture of volunteering in Victoria and build a shared understanding of, and respect for, the critical role that volunteers play in the emergency management sector and community|
|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|
|01/01/2016||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|
|01/11/2015||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.|
|01/08/2015||Victorian action plan for pandemic influenza||Every Victorian Government department and agency (including emergency management agencies) must have a plan in place to address the possible impacts and consequences of pandemic influenza on their organisations, and their responsibilities to communities.|