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Your search for Organisation: Country Fire Authority has returned 28 results.

Title: After the fire
Summary: This information will assist you with cleaning up, property security, gas, electriciy, water, telephone, insurance issues and finding alternative housing after a fire.

Title: Can I or can't I?
Summary: Information on what activities can be undertaken during a fire danger period or on Total Fire Ban days e.g. having a barbeque.

Title: Early fire safe fact sheet 1: how parents and caregivers can prevent burns and scalds
Summary: How parents and caregivers can prevent burns and scalds

Title: Early fire safe fact sheet 2: tips around the home
Summary: Fire safe behaviour is reliant on the awareness of risk and knowing what to do to reduce that risk. Adequate supervision and positive role modelling for young children is very important. Parents and carers can help reduce this risk by controlling or removing possible fire hazards around the home.

Title: Early fire safe fact sheet 3: understanding burn and scald injuries
Summary: Understanding burn and scald injuries.

Title: Early fire safe fact sheet 4: be prepared for a fire
Summary: Advice on how to be prepared for a fire

Title: Fire danger ratings
Summary: The fire danger rating tells you how dangerous a fire would be if one started. It helps you to know when conditions are dangerous enough to put your bushfire survival plan in to action.

Title: Fire danger ratings (audio version)
Summary: Information on what activities can be undertaken during fire danger periods or on Total Fire Ban days eg. having a barbeque.

Title: Fire orders: what to do in case of fire
Summary: This fact sheet lists the 6 steps you need to do in case of a fire

Title: Fired up- Lession 1- Who is CFA (video)
Summary: This video highlights what the Country Fire Authority (CFA) do, their volunteer culture, history and work with the community to help protect lives and property of over 3.3 million Victorians.

Title: Fired up- Lession 10- Fire Danger Ratings (video)
Summary: Make sure you check Fire Danger Ratings every day (FDR). FDRs predict how a fire would behave if one started and FDRs should be your prompt to take action.

Title: Fired up- Lession 11- Total Fire Bans (video)
Summary: This video explains what activities can be undertaken during a fire danger period or on Total Fire Ban days e.g. having a barbeque.

Title: Fired up- Lession 12- Preparing your property for fire season (video)
Summary: This video gives an overview of key preparation activities you can undertake before the bushfire season e.g. cleaning your gutters, cutting your grass.

Title: Fired up- Lession 3- Home Fire Dangers (video)
Summary: This video explains how kitchen fire can happen and how to prevent them.

Title: Fired up- Lession 4- Smoke alarms (video)
Summary: This video provides information on the installation and maintenance of smoke alarms.

Title: Fired up- Lession 5- Escape plans (video)
Summary: This video explains how to prepare a fire escape plan for your home.

Title: Fired up- Lession 6- Calling Triple Zero 000 (video)
Summary: This video provides information for students to know how to call Triple Zero (000) in an emergency.

Title: Fired up- Lession 8- BBQ safety (video)
Summary: Victorias fire authorities the MFB and CFA together with the states gas safety watchdog, Energy Safe Victoria (ESV), and the Victorian Adult Burns Service at The Alfred Hospital are urging the community to be careful when using gas BBQs.

Title: Fired up- Lession 9- Bushfires and grassfires (video)
Summary: This video explains some risks, how to reduce them and what you need to do if a grassfire or bushfire starts.

Title: Fired up-Lession 2- Fire science and the Fire Triangle (video)
Summary: This video explains the fire triangle, the tree things fire needs to burn- heat, oxygen and fuel.

Title: Grassfires: know your fire risk and know what to do (bilingual version)
Summary: This factsheet lists some risks and how to reduce them as well as what you need to do if a grassfire starts.

Title: Home fire safety (audio version)
Summary: Most fatal fires occur in the home, but the real tragedy is that many of these could be avoided. This brochures provides a checklist on preventative measures you can undertake to minimise the chance of a fire in your house.

Title: Smoke alarms
Summary: Information on the installation and maintenance of smoke alarms.

Title: Thai community fire safety video
Summary: This home fire safety video was developed alongside a local Thai community group in Springvale and the Springvale brigade and station staff. The video focuses on kitchen fire safety which, as data highlights is where most house fires start. It shows in a humorous way, how people can easily get distracted from cooking with disastrous consequences.

Title: Total fire bans (audio file)
Summary: This audio file explains what a total fire ban means for the community and what they cannot do on day of total fire ban.

Title: Urban grassfires (audio file)
Summary: This video explains some risks, how to reduce them and what you need to do if a grassfire or bushfire starts.

Title: Your guide to survival
Summary: This guide informs you on information such as how to stay informed on fire risk days, why you should leave early, what information to gather ahead of fire season for you and your family, understand what to expect during a bushfire and guidance on how to stay informed on fires across your area.

Title: Your home fire safety
Summary: Most fatal fires occur in the home, but the real tragedy is that many of these could be avoided. This brochure provides a checklist on preventative measures you can undertake to minimise the chance of a fire in your house.

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