Fire, fire, go away, come again no other day…
Does this sound familiar? This bushfire season, remember to be prepared, make a plan and stay informed. Here's what you can do to keep you and your loved ones safe:
Prepare now: clear around your property, pack an emergency kit and know your closest Bushfire Safer Place.
Plan ahead: do your 5-minute bushfire plan and share it with loved ones today, and plan for all your pets and livestock.
Stay informed: check the fire danger rating each day and stay informed using more than one source of information in case a fire starts near you.
Why risk it? Act now to be bushfire ready.
Plan ahead by clearing around your property, packing an emergency kit, and making sure you know the difference between your Bushfire Last Resort Refuge and Bushfire Safer Place.
Fires can threaten suddenly and without warning. Stay informed and be prepared to enact your Bushfire Survival Plan without receiving any emergency warning.
While it is impossible to eliminate the risk of fire, there are things you can do to reduce the threat. A bushfire action plan should be an integral part of your overall business management.
Keeping your home and family safe from bushfire involves many things. This includes choosing where to build your home on your property, the materials you use to build, the design of your house and landscaping.
If you are in self-quarantine or self-isolation due to COVID-19, you can leave your home if you are in immediate danger or your home is unsafe. Stay up-to-date with the latest advice.