Community Meetings and Information Sessions
Residents in areas at risk of fire need to be self reliant to ensure their safety from bushfire. If you live or work in an at risk area, you need to develop a practical Bushfire Survival Plan and be prepared.
Community meetings are planned across the State with the aim of raising people's awareness of their bushfire risk, and to work with residents to turn awareness into action. The Queensland Fire and Rescue Service and the Rural Fire Service deliver community and school presentations and information sessions. RFS Volunteer Community Educators and other brigade members work with their local communities to help them understand the local risk, and how they can help prepare to protect themselves in case of a bushfire.
To organise a community or school presentation near you, or to find out when and where the next community meeting is in your area, contact your local Volunteer Community Educator through the Community Education Booking Request form.