The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) is the primary provider of fire and emergency services in Queensland and is divided in to three specialist areas, these are:
- Operations and Emergency Management (OEM) Division, which includes seven regions encompassing Fire and Rescue and Emergency Management operations as well as the State Operations Centre and the State Disaster Coordination Centre.
- Operational Capability and Performance (OCP) Division, which provides essential frontline support services to all areas of QFES including: research and scientific; fire investigation and compliance; fire engineering; operational doctrine; capability and performance; standards; fire safety; fire communications; specialist response. community education and operational planning.
- Emergency Services Volunteers (ESV) Division, which includes the provision of operational and volunteering support services supporting a unique mix of over 35,000 Rural Fire Service Queensland volunteers and 6000 State Emergency Service volunteers.