- 17 Sept 2021
The feedback received on the discussion paper has supported the Fire District Review Panel in determining the suitability of, and subsequently evolving, the fire risk methodology. The Fire Rescue Victoria Fire District Review - Finalisation of Proposed Risk Assessment Methodology paper addresses stakeholder feedback provided on the discussion paper and outlines the resultant fire risk assessment methodology.
The consultation period for the proposed risk assessment methodology has now closed
Thank you to everyone that shared their insights with us. Your valued contribution is crucial as the Fire District Review Panel undertakes this important piece of work.
We received 68 responses to online survey and 13 formal submissions from our key stakeholders.
The feedback provided during the consultation period will support the Panel in determining the suitability of the proposed fire risk methodology.
The Panel will engage with the community and key stakeholders further as the review progresses.
A program of reforms is underway which sets out the government’s vision for Victoria’s fire services – a modern, integrated and sustainable system that responds to the evolving needs of communities.
As part of these reforms, the Fire District Review Panel (the Panel) has been established to undertake reviews of the Fire Rescue Victoria (FRV) fire district boundaries at least once every four years. The current review is to be completed and recommendations made to the Minister for Emergency Services by 30 June 2024.
The Panel has published the Fire Rescue Victoria Fire District Review - Proposed Risk Assessment Methodology Discussion Paper which outlines the proposed risk assessment methodology that will be used to undertake the review of the FRV fire district boundaries.