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  • Check with your local emergency services that it is safe to return to your property after a bushfire.
  • Wear protective clothing before entering your property after a bushfire.
  • Where possible, try to avoid taking children onto fire-damaged properties. If you do, make sure they remain protected at all times.
  • Hazardous wastes, such as asbestos materials and burnt CCA-treated timber, need special care during handling and disposal.

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Reviewed on: 14-01-2020