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18 Jan 2012
New pilot emergency services information website.

The MFB website provides you with information to assist you in making some of the decisions you need to make regarding only those emergencies that the MFB is attending.

If you are interested in obtaining further information you can go to www.emergencyvic.info which is the Community Emergency Information Website. You may access the sites of other State Emergency Services Organisations and agencies; namely Victoria State Emergency Services (SES), Country Fire Authority, Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) and the Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) from the Community Emergency Information Website.

Please be aware that www.emergencyvic.info does not display any emergency event-related warnings or advice or information. To obtain emergency event specific warnings, advice or information you should go to the website of the specific emergency services organisation or agency likely to have control of or be attending the event (eg; MFB in the event of a fire or emergency in Metropolitan Melbourne) or listen to your local emergency broadcaster.

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