Emergency Management Planning
The way we manage emergencies in Victoria has changed significantly since the 2009 Victorian bushfires. This pivotal period has heralded a new overarching agency to establish reform across the emergency management sector.
Emergency Management Victoria now set the standard for how agencies work together before, during and after emergencies. The shared goal for emergency management in Victoria is for a sustainable and efficient emergency management system that reduces the likelihood, effect and consequences of emergencies.
Across the Casey municipal area our focus is consistent with State and regional objectives. We work collaboratively with agencies, departments, industry, business and all levels of government to ensure that outcomes are meaningful and community-focused.
Municipal Emergency Management Plan (MEMP)
The Casey Municipal Emergency Management Plan (MEMP) addresses the prevention of, response to and recovery from emergencies within Casey
Municipal Emergency Management Planning Committee (MEMPC)
This Plan, prepared by the Casey Municipal Emergency Management Planning Committee (MEMPC), reflects the shared responsibilities of government, emergency management agencies and communities for the actions they will take to prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies.
It is important for community resilience that community, emergency services and relief and recovery agencies work together. The contents of this plan represent an integrated approach to managing all types of emergencies in Casey.
For more information
If you have any questions or feedback about emergency management planning, please email our Emergency Management Team on firstname.lastname@example.org.