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City of Wanneroo Harvest, Movement of Vehicles in paddocks & Hot Works bans Wednesday 4 January 2017

Published Wednesday, 4th January 2017

The City has declared a Harvest, Vehicle Movement, Hot Works and Combustion Engines Ban.

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Please be advised that the City has declared a Harvest, Vehicle Movement, Hot Works and Combustion Engines Ban which will run for the indicated hours of 1400 hours until 2000 hours on Wednesday 4 January 2017. This Ban will be reviewed at 2000 hours Wednesday 4 January 2017 at which time further advice may be issued.

Harvest, Vehicle Movement, Hot Works and Combustion Engines Ban

ACTIVITIES NOT PERMITTED DURING THE PERIOD OF THIS BAN 

Harvesting operations are not permitted, 
Any “hot works” (e.g. welding, grinding, cutting, heating etc) in the “open air” are not permitted, (note—these activities are not permitted during the term of any Total Fire Ban).
Other – Use or operation of any engine, vehicle, plant, equipment or machinery in the area likely to cause a bush fire or contribute to the spread of a bush fire.

ACTIVITIES PERMITTED DURING THE PERIOD OF THIS BAN 

Movement of Vehicles on “gazetted roads” (as described in Bush Fires regulation 24A(1) and Road Traffic Act 1974 section 5.1). 
Movement of vehicles on a lane, driveway, yard or other area that provides access to, or a parking facility at, any residential, farming or business premises, if the area has been sufficiently cleared of inflammable material to prevent the escape of fire.
Use or operation of a vehicle if it is for the prevention of an immediate and serious risk to the health or safety of a person or livestock, and only if all reasonable precautions have been taken to prevent the activity from creating a bush fire danger. 
Use or operations of vehicles and undertaking of “hot works” by those persons holding a current Exemption under Bush Fires Act 1954 s. 22C (Exemption from Total Fire Bans)

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