The Country Fire Authority (CFA) operates two compensation schemes, one covering volunteers and one for paid workers. The information provided on this page relates to CFA volunteers.
The CFA Volunteer Compensation is established under the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. You may be able to get compensation if you got a recognised work-related personal injury or illness as a result of your service as a CFA volunteer.
The scheme covers loss of earnings and medical costs.
For more information, contact the CFA Headquarters on (03) 9262 8444 or visit their .
Where to get help
Call Disaster Legal Help Victoria on 1800 113 432 (weekdays 8am to 6pm) for legal information and referrals or contact your closest community legal to get advice from a local lawyer. For alternative contact options, visit our homepage.
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Country Fire Authority (CFA)
Volunteer and community-based fire and emergency services organisation. Provides advice about developing fire plans as well as fire safety, fire behaviour, incident management, and community preparation.
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Reviewed 10 October 2022