BPP staff attend FPA Australia BPAD Level 2 and Level 3 Workshop (19th May)

23 May 2016 in General
Bushfire Practitioners

The Western Australian Government has announced that Fire Protection Association Australia is now recognised as a Level 1, 2 and 3 accrediting body for bushfire practitioners operating in Western Australia.

Four Bushfire Prone Planning (BPP) staff members attended a 1 day BPAD Level 2 and Level 3 workshop on the 19th of May at the innovation centre of Western Australia. Mike Scott, Co-director of BPP said he found the workshop to be very worthwhile as it provided a forum for Bushfire Practitioners to discuss changes and developments in the industry.

Bushfire Practitioners

Photo: Mike Scott (Director), Kathy Nastov (Director) and Alex Aitken (Senior Bushfire Consultant) at the BPAD Level 2 and Level 3 Workshop

The Workshop also provided an opportunity to analyse and discuss the Western Australian legislative requirements in relation to building and planning in bushfire prone areas. The Workshop covered the legislative requirements as well as work through specific case studies and consider the detailed application of policies, guidelines and other materials. In addition the workshop included discussion on FPA Australia’s expectations and requirements in relation to professional practice.

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