- ESV’s Corporate plan 2022-2025:
- ESV’s Corporate plan 2022-2025 (detailed version):
- ESV’s Corporate plan 2021-2024:
Statement of expectations
- Adaptive Strategic Roadmap 2022:
- Ministerial Statement of Expectations – 1 July 2021:
- ESV’s response to the SOE – 29 July 2021:
- Ministerial Statement of Expectations – 3 Sep 2018:
- ESV’s Response to the SOE – 25 Sep 2018:
- ESV’s Statement of Expectations (SOE) reporting – 2018-19:
- ESV’s Statement of Expectations (SOE) reporting – 2017-18:
- Charter of consultation and regulatory practice:
Gifts and benefits
- ESV’s Gifts, benefits and hospitality policy:
- ESV’s Gifts, benefits and hospitality register 2021-22:
- ESV’s Gifts, benefits and hospitality register 2020-21:
Conflict of interest
- ESV’s Conflict of interest policy:
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Independent Review of Victoria’s Electricity and Gas Network Safety Framework
On 19 January 2017, the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change announced the Independent Review of Victoria’s Electricity and Gas Network Safety Framework (the Review), to be chaired by Dr. Paul Grimes. This review examined the design and adequacy of the safety regulatory system governing the safety of Victoria’s electricity and gas networks, including Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) structure and operations.
The final of the review made 43 recommendations and includes nine chapters, eight of which include recommendations applicable to ESV.
The government response was released in August 2018 and supported 42 of the 43 recommendations either in full or in principle.Of these, 22 recommendations are directed to ESV.
- ESV is in the process of finalising a roadmap to realise the Review’s recommendations, which includes key milestones and final completion dates.
- In a demonstration of strong accountability and transparency, ESV provides quarterly progress reports to the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action (DEECA) for the development of quarterly public report.
See the first progress update on the implementation of the Government ..
- Review of Victoria’s Electricity and Gas Network Safety – Final report, Government response and submissions
- Statement from the Director of Energy Safety, Paul Fearon.
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Reviewed 13 February 2023