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AFAC Annual Reports : 2011 Annual Report
1. AFAC President Lee Johnson (right) with Michael Carter, Bushﬁres NT. 2. The Dräger Knowledge Lounge was a very popular meeting place hosting the Meet the Speaker and Research Wrap programs and also the kiosks linked to the AFAC Knowledge Web. 3. The trade expo was as popular as ever with more than 100 exhibitors making the trip to Darwin. 4. AFAC CEO Naomi Brown addresses the conference on the ﬁrst day. 5. Andrew Gissing, Director Emergency Management and Communications SES Victoria presented on ﬂood mapping and planning. 6. Kiosks in the Dräger Knowledge Lounge linked to the AFAC Knowledge Web. 7. The new convention centre on Darwin’s waterfront was a great venue for AFAC 2010. 8. Michael N’Guyen General Manager, Government & Public Safety demonstrates the latest in radio handsets from Motorola. 9. The trade expo was as popular as ever and some of the trade suppliers have been involved since the ﬁrst AFAC conference some 18 years ago. 10. Scania’s Stand at the trade show. 11. One of the many great trade show stands. 12. Gary Morgan CEO of the Bushﬁre CRC. 13. Dr. Danielle Clode from La Trobe University. 14. Kate Carnell former NT Chief Minister gave a presentation but also stayed on to be part of the lively debate on day 2. 15. Scania have been the conference major sponsor for the past six years. Managing Director Roger McCarthy at the conference welcome. 16. Almost 1,000 delegates attended Darwin 2010. 17. More than 300 people attended one of the 6 professional development sessions on the Monday preceding the conference. 18. Mick Bourke gave one of his ﬁrst major speeches in his new role as CEO of the Country Fire Authority Victoria. 19. Keynote speaker The Hon Michael Kirby, former High Court Judge, challenged the audience and set an upbeat tone. Bottom Far Left: Crocodiles – we must be in Darwin! The farewell drinks were held at Crocosaurus Cove, a tourist highlight in Darwin and a great place to unwind after the conference. “The trade show was invaluable, in particular to those of us from more isolated areas.” Regional delegate am yesterday was en our perspective erent communities astic.” Sandy (delegate) 3. 17. 18. 19. 12. 13. 9. “…everyone was welcoming and very interested in the mutual swapping of ideas, thoughts and business cards…” Delegate, South Australia Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council | 13 Annual Report 2011
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