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Emergency Warnings

 

Current alerts and warnings

Fire Warning Sign All current fire alerts and warnings are posted on the CFA and DSE websites

Tune into your local emergency broadcaster for fire updates and warnings. A list of emergency broadcasters in Victoria is available from the Inspector General for Emergency Management website

During the fire season, warning signs throughout the municipality are also updated daily to alert the public to the current fire danger rating. Fire danger ratings range from Low-moderate to Code Red. 

You can also phone the Victorian Bushfire Information Line (VBIL) on1800 240 667.

 


Standard Emergency Warning Signal (SEWS) Top of document.

What to do if you hear an SEWS

  • Stop what you are doing;
  • Listen carefully to the information given in the broadcast; and
  • Act as directed.

What SEWS sounds like

You are strongly advised to become familiar with the warning signals on the CFA website.

The Standard Emergency Warning Signal (SEWS) is a distinctive siren sound that is played over the radio, television and/or public address systems in areas such as shopping centres or sports grounds to alert the public that an official emergency announcement is about to be made concerning an actual or potential emergency that may affect them.   The SEWS can only be authorised by Police and Emergency Services, in accordance with arrangements in the Emergency Management Manual Victoria

 

 


Emergency Alert telephone warnings Top of document.

Emergency Alert is a telephone warning system that emergency services can use to send alerts to communities via landline telephones based on the location of the handset, and to mobile phones based on the billing address.

In an emergency, you may receive a voice message on your landline telephone or a text message on your mobile phone. If you receive an Emergency Alert and want more information, follow the instructions provided in the message.

Emergency Alert is a community warning system that attempts to provide a message to the vast majority of phones in an area defined by the emergency services agencies. You should not rely solely on receiving a telephone warning as it is generally only used for life-threatening emergencies.

For more information, visit www.emergencyalert.gov.au


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