FYI – the November 2012 Bushfire CRC Fire Update newsletter has just been released.

This month’s Fire Update features:

  • a summary of the recent Research Advisory Forum held here at headquarters
  • CEO Gary Morgan’s view of the inaugural Public Benefit Conversation
  • the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Bushfire CRC and French risk management organisation Pôle Risques
  • in the same week as the forum the CRC also hosted IAWF’s Twelfth International Wildland Fire Safety Summit

Presentations from the Research Advisory Forum http://www.bushfirecrc.com/research/event/2012-raf7 and the program of the IAWF Safety Summit herehttp://www.iawfonline.org/Sydney2012/Program_Booklet.pdf .

Previous Bushfire CRC Fire Updates and Fire Notes can be found here http://www.bushfirecrc.com, or search the NSW RFS Library catalogue.

If you have any queries please contact us in the Library by email:  RFS.Library@rfs.nsw.gov.au  or phone: 8741 5455.

The NSW Rural Fire Service Library is a member of ALIES – Australasian Libraries in the Emergency Sector.

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