Defining and Implementing best practice in Aerial Firefighting Operations in Australasia
25 August 2011
Following the Aerial Firefighting Forum held on the Gold Coast in 2009, Tangent Link is announcing a 1-day conference, with supporting exhibition, to be held in Melbourne on 25 August 2011.
Drawing from an International line up of Speakers and subject matter experts, Tangent Links aims for the conference are to debate the challenges in defining and implementing Best Practice in Aerial Firefighting Operations. The event will address how Government Organisations and Emergency Services can challenge and support the Aviation Industry to begin a journey of continuous improvement and partnership, so that the Australian Fire Fighting community can improve efficiency & dramatically reduce the risks associated with Aerial Firefighting.
Tangent Links 8th Aerial Firefighting event will look to build on the Asia-Pacific regions capabilities, with an international programme that can provide new thinking and growth to the Australiasias Aerial Firefighting community.
Key Themes Conference discussion topics will include:
Types of Aircraft which can be used to protect community, life and property
UAVs and electronic equipment systems
Sensory technologies – upcoming and future
Continuous improvement and partnerships of Aerial Firefighting assets within Australia and the Asia-Pacific region
Introducing benchmarking for Aerial Firefighting Operations
Direct or Indirect method of attack
Australian safety regulations regarding Aerial Firefighting
The real costs of Bush Fires within Australia
For further information on Sponsoring & Exhibiting at this event please contact
Business Development Executive
Tel: +44-1628 550047
Call for Papers!
If you would like to submit a strong, innovative presentation for consideration for inclusion in the conference programme, please contact Hayley Fletcher, with a brief summary of your paper