An ongoing networking and professional development resource for Emergency Management
Over the next twelve months, we will be providing experts in all aspects of Emergency Management a platform to share their extensive knowledge and experience with police, fire ambulance, SES, local government, recovery and aid agencies.
webEMC is a project of the Emergency Management Conference committee and endorsed by the Emergency Services Foundation.
Each webinar is $45 per registration, payment via credit card is preferred.
FUTURE DATES COMING SOON!
3 September 2020
11.00 am (AEST)
Focusing on the system: enabling Victoria’s emergency management learning and continuous improvement culture
Tony Pearce, Victoria’s Inspector-General for Emergency Management
Victoria’s emergency management sector has in recent years built a continuous improvement and learning culture. This culture, and the systems and frameworks that underpin it place our state in a good position to identify opportunities for improvement then embed them into policy and practice.
Tony Pearce was appointed Victoria’s first Inspector-General for Emergency Management in July 2014.
For nearly 40 years he has worked in intelligence, security and emergency/crisis management performing senior operational functions in a number of Victorian emergency service organisations before moving to senior crisis coordination and policy positions. Tony has held a number of senior roles in both state and federal government including four years in the role of Director-General, Emergency Management Australia.
Tony is also a current Blue Ribbon Day Council Board Member and Emergency Services Foundation Board Member.
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