- Department for Communities and Local Government and Chief Fire and Rescue Adviser
- Part of:
- Operational guidance for the fire and rescue service, Emergency planning, and Fire prevention and rescue
- 28 June 2011
- Applies to:
Generic risk assessment about fighting fires in open rural areas to help fire and rescue authorities to draw up their own risk assessments.
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Generic risk assessment 3.4 examines the hazards, risks and controls that relate to fire and rescue service personnel, the personnel of other agencies and members of the public when fighting fires in open rural locations including grass, moor land crop and forest fires.
Published: 28 June 2011