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    Implication for Qld arising out of the 2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission Report
    On 17 August 2009 the Victorian Bushfire Royal Commission handed down its Interim Report (the Report). The Report makes 51 recommendations which are confined to immediate issues for implementation by the Victorian and the Commonwealth governments prior to the 2009-2010 Victorian bushfire season with a final report from the Commission due on 30 July 2010. Without diminishing the importance of th

    Disaster_Management_Amendment_Bill_2010
    The Department of Community Safety commissioned a review of disaster management arrangements in Queensland by independent consultants. The consultants recommended that the Disaster Management Act 2003 be amended to improve the operation of disaster management in Queensland. The Disaster Management and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2010 contains a number of amendments to the Disaster Management

    2009 Victorian Bushfires update
    On 31 July 2010 the Victorian Bushfire Royal Commission (VBRC) handed down its Final Report (Final Report). The Report makes 67 recommendations in the areas of Bushfire Safety Policy; Emergency and Incident Management; Fireground Response; Electricity caused fires; Deliberately lit fires; Planning and Building; Land and fuel management; Organisational Structure; Research and evaluation, monitorin

    Inquiry into the Management of Rural Fire Services in Queensland
    The Public Accounts and Public Works Committee (PAPWC) conducted an Inquiry into ‘Management of Rural Fire Services in Queensland’. The purpose of the PAPWC inquiry was to examine the efficiency and effectiveness of the management of rural fire services in Queensland and in particular the funding and resource allocations that are available to Rural Fire Brigades. The final report of the PAPWC wit

    Government Response to 2018 Queensland Bushfires Review Report 2 - 2018-19
    The Inspector-General Emergency Management (IGEM) undertook a review of the effectiveness of Queensland’s disaster management system in preparing for and responding to the major bushfires and heatwave that occurred in November and December 2018. The review sought feedback from a wide variety of stakeholders including from disaster management agencies, local government, non-government organisations

    2019 Bushfire Season Preparedness
    Traditionally, the bushfire season in Queensland commences in the north of the State in August and concludes in December of each year, dependent on seasonal conditions. A number of factors can influence the length and severity of the bushfire season including the timing and nature of the previous wet season and the current climate outlook. The 2019 bushfire season officially commenced on 1 August

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