Are you interested in rescue resources that cover topics such as search and rescue, swiftwater rescue, and motor vehicle rescue?
The library has compiled a small online collection of resources that cover the provision of rescue in the community. This includes links to NATSAR, the Emergency Management Handbooks on the Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience website and several books we hold in our library.
At present, the list of current resources may be found at the library webpage Rescue Resources
The NSW Rural Fire Service recognises that children and young people can make substantial contributions to household and community resilience. Teachers who are looking for resources to support their lessons are encouraged to access information on the NSW RFS Teachers webpage on the NSW RFS website.
The NSW RFS Library is able to support primary school teachers in several ways. Our Children’s Bush Fire Collection is a collection of children’s picture books that that focus on bush fires. This collection is for 4 – 8 year olds. For Stage 3 students (Years 5 and 6) studying bush fire as part of the syllabus there are resources available online here in addition to the library’s list of books selected for students’ reading.
The NSW RFS Library also has an extensive range of books available for secondary school students to borrow. This includes both hardcopy books and access to our eBook collection.
Electronic copies of NSW RFS training manuals are located under Training in MyRFS. Use the search box below to locate hardcopy editions of NSW RFS training manuals and workbooks that are available for loan from your Library. Manuals and workbooks are available for a one month loan.