August 2, 2012 marked the hand-over of a brand new CfAT fire trailer to the South Australian Government. CfAT has been developing an enterprise that can sustainably employ young Aboriginal men and women.
These employees and our tradesmen have just completed fabricating this CfAT fire trailer – a unique achievement and tribute to the efforts of these hard-working men.
The CfAT fire trailer has been designed to meet the fire fighting needs of residents of Australia’s remote communities, pastoral properties and ranger stations. There are 9+ fire trailers currently in use in communities all over remote Australia. In the bush-fire season, the fire-trailer gives residents of remote locations a chance to fight fires where emergency services are not available or take a long time to arrive due to the remoteness of the community/homeland/out station.
What makes the fire-trailer unique, is the careful attention to detail in the design of it: .all components, such as suspension, wheels, chassis, tank , pump and hose reel are robust/heavy duty items of the best quality. One feature of it is having a water tank on it that extends out a 30m fire hose on a retractable reel with high-pressured water to put out the fires. Plumbing and fixtures all being safely installed on the trailer tray make this a very robust unit, suitable for extreme weather and dirt-road conditions.
Join the ICCPM hosted Breakfast Panel Discussion in Canberra on the 28th of March, 2019 where the panellists ,including CfAT CEO, Dr Steve Rogers, will be sharing their experiences and perspectives from different industries and positions on managing and leveraging diverse talents.
Registrations close: 14 March 2019 – Limited to 60 places, get in quick! Click on the image above to register.