Program & Project Management
Technology Design & Delivery
The MFB has developed the Victorian Built Environment Risk Assessment Process (V-BERAP), a tool for assessing structure fire and HAZMAT risk in the built environment. The V-BERAP will greatly assist municipalities, and other risk groups to identify and tailor programs to manage risk to meet community needs. The V-BERAP will be replaced with a COTS selecetd by open tender.
The V-BERAP is an innovative set of guidelines designed to fill an identified community need. However, using it in its current form can be a manually driven, cumbersome, resource intensive and technical process.
By developing an online, software solution that guides users through the V-BERAP process the MFB has the opportunity to achieve improved outcomes, resulting in a safer community.
This software will be the Victorian Emergency Risk Management System (VERMS).
Strategic Executive Solutions was selected to provide the project management expertise to the VERMS implementation by the Metropolitan Fire Brigade because of our proven track record in managing complex projects in challenging public sector environments.
The Strategic Executive Solutions consultant working with the VERMS Project Control Group, Emergency Sector partners (CFA, EMV, SES and MAV) and the Project’s suppliers/contractors was responsible for the deliverly of the following VERMS sub-projects:
- System development lifecycle;
- Technical build;
- Contract and Procurement with preferred supplier;
- External Supplier management;
- Project Team management;
- Stakeholder communication;
- Project procedures including risk management, issue and change control and communication; and
- Milestone and deliverable management.
Strategic Executive Solutions delivered value for money services and expertise to the overall implementation of the VERMS Project.
Development of a web-based emergency risk management system (that incorporates risk identification, assessment, treatment and reporting) that provides a robust, consolidated and consistent approach to emergency risk management
Program Centric Reporting for General Government Sector (GGS) Entities will be implemented where all Entities will report on a monthly basis on their administered and departmental programmes. Reporting will be required across Actuals, Estimates and Cash. It will include Cash Flow reporting.