WA BAL Report are experts in conducting bushfire attack level assessments and bushfire attack level reports for those living in bushfire-prone areas. However, if you live in a bushfire-prone area, it is likely you will be required to do more to protect yourself from bushfire risk. WA BAL Report suggests you consider joining Bushfire Ready, a local community action program aimed at encouraging local residents to work together in preparing and protecting their families and properties against bushfires.
The benefits of joining Bushfire Ready are that you can:
- Learn how to prepare and protect your family and property from bushfire
- Develop a Bushfire Survival Plan
- Reduce fire risks around homes, streets and the surrounds
- Meet neighbours to develop support networks that may be required in a bushfire
- Raise awareness amongst neighbours to prepare for bushfires
- Engage in bushfire preparedness strategies
- Reduce the cost that bushfires have on life, property and the environment
The Bushfire Ready Program will also teach you things such as how to prepare a Bushfire Survival Plan, how to prepare to leave early for a safer place or prepare to actively defend your property, what to do to make your property safer, what to do to keep your livestock and pets safe, how to protect your home from embers and where to access information during a bushfire. WA BAL Report supports the increased education and awareness for those living in bushfire-prone areas of ways to better protect yourself from bushfire attack.
The Bushfire Ready Program is self-managed, flexible and community driven, with the support of the local Fire Services personnel. The program is coordinated by a trained volunteer Bushfire Ready facilitator and is supplied with resources and information by fire managers. You can become a Bushfire Ready facilitator by training with DFES.
For more information
WA BAL Report are experts at conducting Bushfire Attack Level Assessments, Bushfire Attack Level Reports and bushfire prevention strategies in general in Perth and Western Australia. For more information, contact our friendly staff on 08 6114 9356 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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