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Planned burning pilot project. Q7 Do you think your property is in a high or low risk area for bushfire?. Barriers to burning...a summary. The top 5 issues are: Risk of fire escapes Potential liability from fire escapes Access to good weather/forecast information Labour to manage the burn

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barriers to burning a summary
Barriers to burning...a summary

The top 5 issues are:

  • Risk of fire escapes
  • Potential liability from fire escapes
  • Access to good weather/forecast information
  • Labour to manage the burn
  • Equipment to safely manage the burn
the planned burning pilot project
The planned burning pilot project
  • Individual property fire management plans
  • Training workshop (the theory of planned burning)
  • Case study burns (the practice of planned burning)
  • The planned burning manual & written case studies
training workshops
Training workshops
  • Fire behaviour
  • Admin & legalities
  • Weather
  • Equipment
  • Lighting the burn
  • Safety
  • Regeneration & fire ecology
  • Assessing fuel hazard
  • After the burn
the planned burning manual
The planned burning manual

Two sections to manual

  • Planning for fire
  • Using fire

Will be available mid-November on following websites:

  • www.nrmnorth.org.au
  • www.fire.tas.gov.au
  • PLCP (www.dpipwe.tas.gov.au)
  • www.macquariefranklin.com.au
thanks to
Thanks to

Jon Marsden-Smedley & Bronnie Grieve (project team)

Pilot farmers

John Atkinson, Simon Foster, Allan and Carol Phillips Luke Rapley, Roger Bignell, Tim Gunn, Curt Nichols, Elizabeth Hall, Peter Sattler, Anne Williams and Stephen Phillips

Technical Group

Sandra Whight (State Fire Management Council), Mark Chladil, Steve Lowe and Ian Bounds (TFS), Rochelle Richards (FT), Tony Gee (TFGA), Tim Rudman and Louise Mendel (DPIPWE) and Garth Bennett (PWS)