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RFSA Policies

The NSW Rural Fire Service Association (RFSA), the representative organisation for NSW Rural Fire Service volunteer firefighters and staff, developed a NSW State Election Policy document in 2011 entitled 'Building a Rural Fire Service for 2030'.

Each policy within this document is considered to be critical if the NSW Rural Fire Service is to maintain its high standards in meeting the needs of the Association's Members and the expectations of the NSW community.

The policy document concludes with a full summary of Rural Fire Service Association recommendations.

To review the policy document 'Building a Rural Fire Service for 2030' click here.

 

* A listing of the Association's operation and procedural policies is provided in the 'Members' section of this website.  For access to the policies you will need to be both a registered RFSA Member and have signed up for website access.

State Election Policy 2015

State Election Policy 2015

The RFSA has asked for a commitment from all sides of the political spectrum to the future of the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) in the lead up to the state election.

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Proposed Changes to Emergency Services Funding

Proposed Changes to Emergency Services Funding

The NSW Rural Fire Service Association has real concerns about the future funding of emergency services and the proposed introduction of an Emergency Services Levy.

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