Victoria State Emergency Service

Project rollout

12 in planning
3 in progress
0 completed
15 total projects
$35m investment*

* Includes current investments from Victorian Government and other contributors where applicable  

Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) provides emergency assistance to minimise the impact of emergencies and strengthen the community’s capacity to plan, respond and recover, when emergencies occur.

Established in 1950, VICSES operates under the Victoria State Emergency Act 2005, and is the control agency for flood, storm, tsunami, earthquake and landslide emergencies throughout Victoria. VICSES also provides the largest road rescue network in Australia, with specialist teams in 102 of their 149 units across the state.

VICSES provides emergency assistance to thousands of Victorians every year, and plays an important role in supporting other emergency services in search and rescue operations, as well as during fire and other emergency incidents.

ESIA is responsible for managing the delivery of high-quality built infrastructure projects on behalf of VICSES, for units across metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria.

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