By developing a comprehensive succession plan a brigade can avoid future problems.
Today CFA acknowledges and celebrates Earth Day 2020. Energy use and cost is important to all of us at CFA – to reduce our carbon footprint, ensure reliable supply and reduce bills
The Annual Brigade Review (ABR) Project is nine months into its pilot phase and the results so far have been encouraging.
With all fires in Victoria now contained, Forest Fire Management Victoria (FFMVic) in partnership with CFA has commenced planned burning across Victoria.
Work is currently underway to build the evidence base that informs the design of our current community engagement programs and shapes the development of new approaches.
The bushfire season approaches us with an above average fire potential and many areas of the state already in the Fire Danger Period.
More than 100 brigades have taken part in the Annual Brigade Review (ABR) pilot project, which aims to provide a more holistic view of brigade health and capability.
Human-induced climate change is the most likely driver behind Australia’s earlier and longer fire seasons, according to new research by CFA and Bureau of Meteorology researchers.
After 22 years, a new Brigade Management Manual has been launched.
The work of CFA's Bushfire Research and Development team helps protect our firefighters and the community.