Working on Fire provide a range of operationally proven integrated firefighting tactics to suppress wildfires. Resources include aerial and ground teams and equipment coordinated and controlled by an Incident Command System.
The Incident Command System is a vital emergency management tool used by emergency services to ensure the standardisation and efficiency in resolving an event. It is designed to ensure optimal cooperation and communication between different organisations and stakeholders and integrates resources, procedures and communications operations within a common organisational structure.
Working on Fire has over 20-years of operational experience in implementing ICS as part of an Integrated Fire Management System and can provide ICS solutions to effectively mitigate large-scale incidents.
Working on Fire provide a range of Aerial Resources to combat wildfires and has been at the forefront of aerial firefighting in North America’s fire-prone environment. We are a member of the International Aerial Firefighting Working Group.
Our aerial resources support Integrated Fire Management and we provide Command and Control (air and ground), logistical support (trooping), fire suppression and prescribed burning solutions internationally.
Working on Fire’s resources consist of single engine airplanes for spotting fires, drones and UAS systems, helicopters and Single Engine Air Tanker (SEAT) aircraft.
Working on Fire provide a range well-trained personnel and vehicles as part of integrated strategy to combat wildfires in any conditions or location. Our fleet consist of Fire Tenders, Troop Carriers and Light Duty Vehicles.
Ground resources include Strike Teams (driver plus four crew with 600L of water), Initial Attack Crews (Driver plus 15 crew with 5-tonne 4×4 truck with 1000L of water) and Extended Attack Crews (driver plus 24 crew with 8-tonne 4×4 truck with 5000L of water).
Extended Attack Crews are self-sustainable and can operate without logistical support for up to 48-hours.