AIIMS training for Northern Beaches Council
Is your Business Compliant?………. Fireground is now accredited to test and tag fire extinguishers.
Fireground trainers Cameron Leary and Peter Brookhouse recently delivered AIIMS incident management training to Northern Beaches Council staff. AIIMS is the national incident management doctrine for fire and emergency services. As councils grow larger there are greater demands placed on them to manage large incidents which may occur within their boundaries. They are also required […]
AIIMS and Basic Wildfire Awareness courses
AS 1851:2012 requires all extinguishers and fire blankets are serviced, tested and tagged on a six monthly basis. Call us today for a free quotation.
Another successful Johns River boot camp for Forestry Corp
FIREGROUND is now licensed by AFAC to deliver AIIMS and BWA training, after meeting stringent criteria to deliver both of the nationally-accredited courses. Course in AIIMS-4 Principles AIIMS-4 is the national incident management doctrine for fire and emergency services, and for a growing number of private and public sector organisations. The 22202VIC Course in Australasian […]
Fireground now has a YouTube Channel
Dave and Russell have just returned from another boot camp. The pace was hectic as the fire season has started early in the northern part of the state and crews that were attending camp were called upon to get to the firelines. Fifty eight students were trained at Crew Leader, Firefighter and Advanced Firefighter level. We […]
Home Fire Safety Audit
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Winter home safety
MyFirePlan app from the NSW Rural Fire Service.
With cooler weather expected across much of NSW this weekend, be sure to take extra care if you are using a heater or a fireplace for the first time this year. Winter is coming and it is the most dangerous time of the year for house fires…. See More Home Fire Safety – NSW Rural Fire […]
In a bush fire, minutes can matter. Don’t leave important decisions until the last moment. Make a Bush Fire Survival Plan with the new MyFirePlan app from the NSW Rural Fire Service. Download it now from www.rfs.nsw.gov.au