CFA is urging residents to take extreme care when burning off after responding to out-of-control private burn-offs across areas of the state even though the fire restrictions are over.
Members with Breathing Apparatus (BA) competency who wear prescription glasses will benefit from a new spectacle insert, which will allow them to wear glasses without compromising the fit and seal of their BA mask.
CFA’s SMS gateway service will cease in May 2021 after this year’s Fire Danger Period.
The influence of La Niña on Victoria’s climate has had a noticeable effect on fire potential in Victoria, with above average summer rainfall leading to a reduced bushfire risk for autumn.
Two CFA Strike Teams of volunteer firefighters have returned home after helping South Australia’s Country Fire Service’s response to a large grassfire at Blackford in the state’s southeast on Monday night and yesterday.
A Total Fire Ban (TFB) has been declared for the Mallee, Wimmera and Northern Country fire districts for tomorrow, Wednesday 13 January 2021.
Today the Country Fire Authority (CFA) is releasing its emergency response data from the fourth quarter of the 2019-20 financial year.
CFA’s Level 3 incident controllers often say no two jobs are the same. We asked two more incident controllers, who are also volunteer firefighters, to share their experiences.
As CFA’s firefighters gear up for another bushfire season, along the Victorian coast our 19 Coast Guard units are preparing for their busy season.
The Annual Brigade Review (ABR) program involves more volunteers in discussions about the health and capability strengths and gaps in their brigade than the traditional inspection.