Over the last decade there have been many changes to Victoria's emergency management arrangements.

The Inspector-General for Emergency Management (IGEM) is conducting a broad review of emergency management reform to be completed by December 2019.

This significant review is being conducted over an 18-month period. It will involve a range of opportunities for individuals, organisations and emergency management agencies to share their insights and experiences.

Ultimately, the review will allow IGEM to understand if Victoria’s emergency management arrangements are bringing better outcomes for our communities.

What direction this review takes and what issues it focuses on is not fully decided.

To help us work out our review's direction, we're asking you to tell us what you believe is working well and what could be done better to prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies.

You are welcome to provide your experiences and views on any aspect of emergency management.

For more information on this review and to make a submission go to the website engage.vic.gov.au/emergencymanagementreform (External link)

Submissions are open until 24 September 2018


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