TFS What is Community Protection Planning

Community Protection Planning an innovative, and national award winning emergency management, community protection and resilience building initiative.
Community protection planning is working with communities, stakeholders and partner agencies in the development and implementation of these community level plans:
Strategic plans that focus on addressing bushfire hazards and improving survivability of communities and assets. These plans identify areas for fuel treatment, and guide prescribed burning and asset protection work.

Plans for emergency managers and responders to better protect communities and their assets during bushfire emergencies. These plans identify protection priorities, making firefighting resources safer and more effective.

Plans for community members that provide local information to assist with bushfire preparation, and survival. These plans help you to make your bushfire survival plan.
Visit HERE for more information on these plans.

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IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

Due to the rapidly evolving situation with the Covid-19 virus and the advice to avoid non-essential gatherings, along with the stringent recommendations by the Federal Government if gatherings do take place, TasFire Training has taken the decision to suspend training courses for the immediate future.

 

Currently we are cancelling courses on a week by week basis and will be monitoring current advice and reasonable community expectations. We will contact all clients who have already been sent course confirmations and we will re-contact once we have some certainty about the environment. If you haven’t yet heard from us we will understand if you wish to cancel your booking in the current environment, there will be no penalty.

 

We will be guided by both Federal and State Government Health policy particularly in regard physical isolation to prevent person to person spread.  We wish you good health in this unprecedented time and will continue to work with our clients and the community to get through this situation.

 

Please contact me at j.young@fire.tas.gov.au  if you wish to discuss.

 

Justin Young

Manager, TasFire Training