Entire Fire Management are Perth Bushfire Consultants with one priority–reducing the risks and effects of bushfires in Western Australia. We give personalised bushfire management advice, and with our expert mitigation services, we offer cost-effective solutions. With over 50 years of experience, we’re experts in bushfire behaviour–so, when it comes to bushfire risk management, we’ve got you covered.
WHO WE ARE
Co-founder, Gavin Fancote is a prominent figure in Western Australian bushfire management services. With over 20 years’ experience, he comes from a family line of firefighters, and worked for many years as the Fire Control Officer and Deputy Chief for the City of Armadale. After witnessing the devastating effects of the 2011 Roleystone/Kelmscott bushfires, firsthand, he was appointed as an expert bushfire consultant to Mick Keelty for the ‘Mick Keelty Report’. He assisted in the development of a Business Plan to assist communities in mitigating the risks of bushfires throughout Western Australia. Founded in 2013, Entire Fire Management were one of the first bushfire management companies in Perth, and continue to be at the forefront of mitigation, advice and education strategies in Western Australia.
WHAT WE DO
With over 50 years of experience in the industry, Entire Fire Management provides bushfire consulting and onsite bushfire mitigation to state and local governments, private enterprises, residential clientele, and anyone else responsible for land within bushfire prone areas in Western Australia.
We know firsthand the devastating effects of a bushfire. By giving expert advice in bushfire management and providing comprehensive mitigation strategies, we aim to reduce the overall threat of bushfires in Western Australia.
We believe devastating bushfires are preventable, and a safer future is possible. With the right advice, education and bushfire mitigation, we can reduce the effects of bushfires together.
Our goal is to continue to be at the forefront of bushfire management in Western Australia, share our expanding knowledge of bushfire behaviour to the wider community, and see that every property is protected from the risks and effects of bushfires.