Western Cape teams protect the environment

14 September, 2016

Western Cape teams protect the environment

14 Sep,2016Fire Awareness, WoF service

Teams have been hard at work throughout the Western Cape to reduce fuel loads and hazardous materials in preparation for the 2016/17 summer fire season.

Working on Fire takes pride in addressing the prevention and control of wild fires through the implementation of Integrated Fire Management (IFM) practices, which includes fire awareness activities, prescribed burning, resource sharing and coordination, fire detection, fire suppression and fire damage rehabilitation.

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