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Emergency Management and Evacuation Plans

Anyone living or working in a bushfire prone area should have an Emergency Management Plan, but these become even more crucial for the more vulnerable assets including schools, aged and nursing homes, mental care facilities, heritage buildings, rural and other exposed industries and workplaces.

Councils may require these plans as part of the DA process, or facility management may recognise their Duty of Care to have good plans in place. 

We conduct thorough risk assessment and tailor the emergency management planning to the situation, conferring as required with other stakeholders.

Where Emergency Warning, Fire Protection or Fire Fighting components are required, we can also assist.

Practicing Emergency Management and Evacuation Plans should be done with a view to identifying and improving weaknesses in current arrangements.