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FireAwarenessAwards
For over 30 years the FAA have recognised people, groups, communities & organisations in their efforts to reduce the effects of fire in Victoria
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CorangamiteCMA 10 Dec 17
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FireAwarenessAwards 4 Dec 17
Thank you to all who attended last night’s 2017 Fire Awareness Awards. 🏆 For the full list of winners visit:
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Louise Scott 4 Dec 17
A great night was had by all at the Fire Awards. Proud to be standing up with the Benloch Community and agencies finalists in recovery category
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Dr Helen McGowan 4 Dec 17
Chuffed to see our Indigo Valley community recognised with for community led recovery
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Justin Murray 4 Dec 17
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FireAwarenessAwards 4 Dec 17
A massive congratulations to all the winners and finalists of tonight’s Fire Awareness Awards
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Chris Hardman 4 Dec 17
Congratulations to all our winners and finalists tonight! The future of emergency management is bright with everyone working side by side 😊⭐️
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Lee Miezis 4 Dec 17
Congrats also to the Wiyn-murrup Yangarramela - fire spirit come back Project for winning the Government and Industry Partnership Award at the 2017 Fire Awareness Awards - is a proud partner in recognising fire is central to Aboriginal communities.
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Lily D'Ambrosio MP 4 Dec 17
Congratulations to all of tonight’s finalists and winners - a fantastic evening recognising and celebrating communities for their achievements in fire prevention, protection and recovery across Victoria.
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FireAwarenessAwards 4 Dec 17
It was fantastic to see so many industry leaders like and @pearcy001 celebrating great work in the community at tonight’s 2017 Fire Awareness Awards
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Vivienne Clare 4 Dec 17
Always inspiring to hear about community projects that make a real difference
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FireAwarenessAwards 4 Dec 17
Winners are grinners! Congratulations everybody! What a fab night
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Craig Lapsley 4 Dec 17
No question there's been some great finalists and winners tonight at Victoria's Fire Awareness Awards. Great job everyone for contributing to your own communities and your own resilience
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EMV 4 Dec 17
Emergency Management Commissioner has paid tribute to our connected communities and integral community networks in closing the Fire Awareness Awards
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David Bruce 4 Dec 17
Great to be at the tonight with other EM agencies and community members. A fantastic night rewarding great projects.
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FireAwarenessAwards 4 Dec 17
. wraps things up thanking everyone for being a part of this year’s Fire Awareness Awards - another congratulations to all our winners! 🏆👏👍 See you next year!
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FireAwarenessAwards 4 Dec 17
“We use the phrase ‘we work as one’, they may be just words but I know they’re more than that. The community is so connected to what we do and believes in what we do,” Emergency Management Commissioner on why Victorians believe in the fire services industry
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FireAwarenessAwards 4 Dec 17
The Insurance Award for Excellence for the most outstanding project goes to… the Fire Ready education program! 🏆👏👏👏 Congratulations Monterey Secondary College, Magenta Safety Training & 👍
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Chris Hardman 4 Dec 17
So proud to see our team take out the gov diversity category for our asylum seeker job placement program with St Joseph's! Wonderful achievement 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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FireAwarenessAwards 4 Dec 17
The Innovation award goes to Upper Fire Brigade 🏆👏 for an engaging video series covering info from preparing a household plan to understanding fire risk, school closures & community alert sirens. The series helps residents take more effective action
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