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The Trustee for Mitch.Com.Res.& Adv.Grp 5/10/2015 11:53:14 AM Reconciliation Report ID# Date Cheque Account: Date of Bank Statement: Payee Page 2 Deposit Withdrawal 1-1100 MCRAG AFT MCRAG Trust Chq A 30/06/2015 Reconciled Deposits CR000031 1/10/20
Last updated Apr 2014 V4_00 Last updated Apr 2014 V4_00 3 2 Prepare Understand your bushfre risk • Whittlesea has been assessed as having a HIGH to VERY HIGH bushfre risk in accordance with the Victorian Fire Risk Register. • This assessment takes into account local actors such as the terrain, vegetation, access in and out o the township and the bushfre history. • The township o Whittlesea may be at risk o ember attack during bushfres. • Know the daily Fire Danger Rating in the district where you live or travel www.ca.vic.gov.au Reduce your bushfre risk • Take advantage o rubbish removal and green waste disposal opportunities. • Bushfres don’t arrive at convenient times. Think about what you will do i fre threatens on a work day, during school holidays, or when you are away rom home. • CFA’s Home Bushfre Advice Service oers tailored advice, delivered to your property by Fire Saety Ofcers. Receive individual advice about: - Property maintenance, to help lower your bushfre risk - Deendable space, water supply requirements and property access - Visit www.ca.vic.gov.au, call 1800 240 667 or alternatively 8746 1400 to book your assessment • Develop and practise your Bushfre Survival Plan. • You will also need to plan or your pets’ saety. • You can attend or join: - A local Fire Ready Victoria meeting - A Bushfre Planning Workshop - A neighbourhood Community Fireguard Group • The Household Bushfre Sel-Assessment Tool is available to help individuals assess the bushfre risk on their own property. You can download the CFA FireReady kit, containing the ull Leaving Early Bushfre Survival Plan rom ca.vic.gov.au , or call 1800 240 667 (TTY 1800 122 969) Whittlesea Bushfre Threat Map It’s important if you live, work and travel in this area, to plan what you will do if a bushfire threatens. Please note: Severebushreactivitycanalsooccuroutsidethethreatareas. Spotrescanstart,movequicklyandcomefrommanydirections. Firescanbeuncontrollable,unpredictableandveryfast-moving. BushreThreat GrassreThreat A.F.WalkerReserve
National Strategy for Disaster Resilience In December 2009, COAG agreed to adopt a whole-of-nation resilience-based approach to disaster management, which recognises that a national, coordinated and cooperative effort is needed to enhance Australia’s capacity to prepare for, withstand and recover from disasters. The National Emergency Management Committee subsequently developed the National Strategy for Disaster Resilience which was adopted by COAG on 13 February 2011. The purpose of the Strategy is to provide high-level guidance on disaster management to federal, state, territory and local governments, business and community leaders and the not-for-profit sector. While the Strategy focuses on priority areas to build disaster resilient communities across Australia, it also recognises that disaster resilience is a shared responsibility for individuals, households, businesses and communities, as well as for governments. The Strategy is the first step in a long-term, evolving process to deliver sustained behavioural change and enduring partnerships.