About Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council

The Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC) is the peak body for public sector fire, land management and emergency service organisations in Australia and New Zealand. Its members are public and private sector organisations, representing a workforce of over 250,000 emergency management professionals, both volunteers and career staff.

John Bally End-user
Rebecca Duffy End-user
Costa Haritos Communications Assistant
Zoe Kenyon End-user
Amanda Leck End-user
Sandra Lunardi End-user
Ivan West End-user

Improved predictions of severe weather to reduce community impact

John Bally End-user

Soil and fuel moisture precursors of fire activity during the 2019-20 fire season

John Bally End-user

Modelling fire weather interactions using the ACCESS-Fire model

John Bally End-user

Coupled fire-atmosphere modelling

John Bally End-user

Improving land dryness measures and forecasts

John Bally End-user

Maintaining positive mental health and wellbeing for young adult emergency service volunteers

Rebecca Duffy End-user
Sandra Lunardi End-user

AIRSNAT data revision and analysis

Major post-event inquiries and reviews: review of recommendations

The impact of individual factors and operational organisational resources and demands on mental health outcomes

Out of uniform: building community resilience through non-traditional emergency volunteering

Zoe Kenyon End-user

Effective risk and warning communication during natural hazards

Amanda Leck End-user
Ivan West End-user

A comparison of the performance of Australian Standard smoke alarms in real fire tests when compared to standards-compliant devices from other jurisdictions

Amanda Leck End-user
Ivan West End-user

A strategic analysis of preventable residential fire fatalities

Amanda Leck End-user

Flood risk communication

Amanda Leck End-user

SES fit for task

Sandra Lunardi End-user

Risks assessments of non-compliant materials on buildings

Ivan West End-user