The Inspector-General for Emergency Management's review of incident management teams (IMTs) assesses the effectiveness of incident management arrangements in the Victorian emergency management sector, specific to role accreditation processes and approaches to the rostering of personnel into pre-planned and pre-formed IMTs.

IGEM's review makes a number of observations and two recommendations, focusing on AIIMS Level 3 incident management for Class 1 emergencies.

Incident management teams: accreditation and rostering is a system-wide review identified in IGEM's 2016 Annual Forward Plan of Reviews.

The report was published on 7 July 2017.

Government response to IGEM's review

The government supports in principle the recommendations of the IGEM’s review and has asked Emergency Management Victoria to lead the further work required to develop a sustainable IMT training and development model for the sector

Read the full response to the IGEM Review of incident management teams: accreditation and rostering (External link)

Inspector-General for Emergency Management
Inspector-General for Emergency Management, Victorian Government
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