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Wildfire Danger Assessment for 4th July to 11th July 2018 for Scotland.

We have not seen a drought like this one for many years. In many parts of the country all fuel layers have become “available to burn”. There has been no significant rain for a long time now, with a consequent continuing increase in fire danger. We are now also in the main holiday period with many people out enjoying the countryside.

My assessment is that the level of fire danger is now extreme. This will continue until Sunday  8th of July, for the whole of Scotland. There is light rain forecast initially for NW and then W Scotland by Monday 9th  July, which should provide some relief there. However Eastern and Southern Scotland have a continuing drought.

This means that there is the potential for extreme fire behaviour, should we get ignitions, especially in grassland, gorse, moorland and forest habitats. There will also be potential for re-ignitions and significant smouldering. So all phases of fire suppression: knock-down, containment and mop-up and patrol will be important. Increasing thought needs to be given to dry fire fighting techniques.

Although the news has focussed on the very large Saddleworth and Bolton fires. There have also been very large fires in Wales, Northern Ireland and one or two in Scotland as well.

With these conditions extreme caution is advised and it is likely

If you have “High Fire Risk” signs, now would be a good time to put them up, also consider checking known problem areas and havingequipment prepared etc.

Conditions for anyone tackling any fires will also be very difficult and de-hydration could become an issue. Provision of water will be essential.

Michael Bruce

Managing Director

Firebreak Services Ltd

Interforst 2018 - Forest Machine Magazine

27/04/18

Excellent 2 days in Austria at a press event held by the INTERFORST team. Interesting discussions and great demonstrations of the latest equipment and techniques.
The Interforst fair takes place in Munich from the 17-22nd of July. There will be in excess of 450 forestry exhibitors from over 20 countries spread over the 70,000 square meter site and more than 50,000 visitors are expected from over 70 countries.
This is a must see exhibition for all forestry, wood processing and woodland professionals.
www.interforst.de

Show Dates

July


10-12 Great Yorkshire Show


18-22 Interforst Exhibition, Munich


23-26 Royal Welsh Show


27-31 Libramont, Belgium


August


30-2 Sept FinnMetko


September


7-9 ECO-LAS, Poland


20-22 APF Exhibition, Ragley Estate

 

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