Fire Rescue Victoria (FRV) is a modern fire and rescue service.
There are 85 FRV fire and rescue stations across the state.
The danger of residential fires is very real. Once a home fire starts it can spread rapidly. There is a lot you can do to protect yourself, the people you live with and your home.
Fire Rescue Commissioner Gavin Freeman is a highly experienced leader with more than 35 years’ experience in emergency management.
Bush and grassfires can happen in urban and regional areas. All Victorians should know their risk and be planned, prepared and informed.
Fire Ops 101 invites participants to experience a day of realistic simulated firefighting operations.
FRV firefighters respond to a range of emergency incidents. They include fires, complex rescues, medical calls and hazardous chemical spills.
The risk of a residential fire, as well as the risk of injury and death from fire, is greater in certain population groups.
Only working smoke alarms save lives.
FRV operates 85 stations across the State and supports volunteer response where required.
The latest information regarding the cyber-attack on FRV.
In an emergency call Triple Zero (000) for fire and rescue, police, or ambulance assistance.
Updated 11 December 2023
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