SBMP

The Minister for Police and Emergency Services, Simon Corbell, launched the ACT Strategic Bushfire Management Plan (SBMP) version three at the ACT Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, 23 September 2014.

The SBMP is a requirement of the Emergency Services Act 2004. It is the overarching document that sets the tone and directs bushfire management throughout the Australian Capital Territory.

The SBMP is a dynamic document that allows emergency services and fire managers to have the flexibility they require to implement measures to reduce bushfire risk.

The version of the Plan approved on 23 September is currently being formatted for publication, including conforming with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, both online and in hard copy.

SBMP maps

Maps have been developed to help describe and prioritise bushfire management in the ACT and are referred to in the SBMP. These maps are all designed to be viewed online and are available at the ACTMAPi website by clicking on the links below.

Supporting Infortmation

The SBMP also refers to supporting documents, which provide further information on fire management in the ACT. These documents are currently being formatted for publication.

If a copy of these documents is required prior to their inclusion on this site, please email your request to esahavesay@act.gov.au.

This page was last modified on October 1st, 2014

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