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Cambridge Fire Brigade community engagement

09 July 2021
There are a few key things that underpin our brigade’s approach to community engagement: Our relationships with the community Knowing our response area, the community and any challenges that they...

Tasman Peninsula fire quiz night

09 July 2021
Our Challenge : The year 2020 and COVID-19 dominates the news, a new fire season approaches, the bush has grown back since the Dunalley fires seven years ago, and the...

Railton Brigade combines community engagement with a triage

09 July 2021
For some time, our brigade has been concerned about the bushfire risk of properties backing onto bushland or grassland around Railton. In October 2019, the brigade conducted a triage exercise...

Taroona engagement – lessons learnt

09 July 2021
The Taroona Volunteer Fire Brigade was recently invited to present at the southern 2021 Community Engagement Workshop and talk about our experiences with lower case sessions and the lessons we...

Central Coast SES Unit open day

09 July 2021
The Central Coast SES Unit, based in Ulverstone, decided to hold an open day to educate the public as to what SES does and the type of skills SES members...

TFS Volunteering Community Engagement Toolkit

09 July 2021
The feedback from the TFS Volunteer Community Engagement Officers has helped the Community Development and Education team to improve resources for volunteers to increase their engagement in fire safety. There...

Small-scale community engagement

09 July 2021
There are over 230 volunteer brigades in Tasmania. Some are large, with active members who are interested in community engagement, while others are quite small with limited resources and little...