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14/11/2017 Emergency Management Victoria Year in Review 2016-17 The EMV Year in Review 2016-17 highlights the challenges, achievements and reform that occurred across Victoria’s emergency management sector.
10/11/2017 EMV’s Strategic Plan 2020 EMV has worked to develop four strategic themes to guide our activity over the next three years to 2020. These themes have been developed by staff and management and provide a framework for our efforts.
30/10/2017 State Electricity and Gas Supply Sub-Plan This State Emergency Response Plan (SERP) Electricity and Gas Supply Sub-plan (sub-plan) outlines the Victorian arrangements for the coordinated response to the impacts and consequences of a significant disruption to the supply of electricity or natural gas which meets the definition of a major emergency in the Emergency Management Act 2013.
23/10/2017 Victorian Emergency Operations Handbook The purpose of this handbook is to provide emergency personnel with a convenient reference to the key agency structures and systems required to undertake effective and safe incident management operations in Victoria.
07/09/2017 The value of volunteers, volunteering and volunteerism (3Vs) project Safer and more resilient communities in Victoria rely heavily on 100,000 emergency management volunteers who provide community based service delivery, and the people who lead, facilitate and enable community connection, coordination and capability.
31/08/2017 Road Crash Rescue Arrangements The objectives of these reviewed arrangements are to ensure an effective, sound and sustainable Road Crash Rescue (RCR) system across Victoria, delivering the best possible care to, and safe extrication of, persons involved in road crashes. 
08/08/2017 Natural Disaster Resilience Grants Scheme (NDRGS) Successful Applicants 2016-2017 Natural Disaster Resilience Grants Scheme (NDRGS) Successful Applicants 2016-2017
31/05/2017 Victorian Preparedness Framework Victoria’s new Preparedness Framework builds on work that has been occurring within the sector and uses findings from the Emergency Risks in Victoria report to identify the major risks facing the state, determine overall preparedness and outline the core capabilities. It provides a practical step, a methodology to develop capability targets, and the critical tasks required to achieve the core capabilities of those targets.
31/05/2017 Community Resilience Framework for Emergency Management The Community Resilience Framework for Emergency Management in Victoria provides the foundation upon which the sector’s strategies, programs and actions can be planned, integrated and implemented, building safer and more resilient communities.
15/05/2017 Building a safer and more resilient community in Morwell and the Latrobe Valley The intent of this project is to empower the community in Morwell and Latrobe Valley to take the lead in adapting and using the Community Based Emergency Management (CBEM) approach, together with the support of agencies, government, business, industry and non-government organisations including those in the not for profit sector.