LRM Fire & Rescue

LRM is a professional fire and rescue service dedicated to providing exceptional service to its clientele. We offer a unique 'partnership' perspective with real time access to correspondence and project data.


LRM's unique set of core competencies include first response, planning, mentoring and support for:

  • Bushfire Management Planning

  • Hazard Mitigation Planning & Management

  • Emergency Response Team Standby & Relief Services

  • Emergency Strike Team Capacity

  • Incident Management Consultancy

  • Workplace Training & Auditing

  • Building Evacuation Planning


LRM strive to exceed our client's expectations by going 'above and beyond' whilst promoting industry best practice and ensuring compliance with current legislation. LRM's differentiators include:

  • ​Independently certified for OHS pre-qualification (Ebix Trades Monitor)

  • Members Institute of Fire Engineers

  • RABQSA Certified Auditor for Occupational Health and Safety, Plant and Compliance

  • Advanced Diploma of Public Safety (Firefighting Management)

  • Diploma of Public Safety (Community Safety)

  • Diploma of Project Management

  • Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety 

  • Trainer & Assessor Certified (TAE40110)

  • Active Member for International Association of Risk and Compliance Professionals (IARCP)

  • Active Member for Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC)

  • Active Member for Australasian Road Rescue Organisation (ARRO)

  • Active Member for Fire Protection Association of Australia (FPA)

  • Member for Safety Institute of Australia Inc.

  • Associated with the SEQ Fire & Biodiversity Consortium



Bushfire and Hazard Mitigation Management Planning

Our Bushfire and Hazard Mitigation Management Planning includes but is not limited to:

  • Identifying legal & service requirements

  • Identifying all stakeholders

  • Identifying significant cultural & environmental concerns

  • Liaising with relevant Environmental Officers

  • Review previous management plans

  • Identifying stakeholder’s 'desired' outcomes

  • Identifying optimum burn conditions

  • Identifying Ignition types, tactics, critical issues, expected fire behaviours & crew movements

  • Expected durations of active burning

  • Expected durations of mop up works

  • Identifying number of crews required for active burning phase

  • Identifying number of crews required for black out/mop up phase

  • Identifying and/or managing any additional resources required

  • Boundary preparation

  • Fuel load scoring

  • Monitoring required

  • Analysis of specific hazards & associated risks

  • Site mapping


Emergency Response & Strike Team

Our Emergency Response Team Standby and Relief services include permanent, temporary and strike team capabilities for:

  • Fire (urban and wildland)

  • Road Crash Rescue

  • Confined Space Rescue

  • Vertical Rescue

  • Swift Water Rescue

  • Urban Search And Rescue

  • Land Search And Rescue


  • Flood

  • Clinical (EMT & Paramedic)

As a private enterprise, LRM Fire & Rescue have no geographical boundaries and is dynamic and responsive to any incident requiring lead or support resources at short notice.

Real Time Aerial Surveillance

LRM Fire & Rescue personnel are expected to work  in some of the most arduous, extreme and occupationally hazardouse environments for the purpose of performing fire and rescue operations with a view to protect and preserve life, property and the environment.


The safety of LRM Fire & Rescue personnel is paramount.


In a strategic move to offer an additional level of control to monitor and record fire ground and rescue operations, LRM has aligned with UAS Pacific to provide unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) support.


Additional applications identified for  the use of UAV’s include (but are certainly not limited to):


  • Aerial reconnaissance during and post man made or natural disasters

  • Real time surveillance of operational activities and borders

  • Search and rescue

  • Topographic and GIS mapping

  • Provision of real time footage in inaccessible or hazardous areas

  • Atmospheric monitoring

  • Aerial photography

  • Wildlife and feral animals surveillance and research

  • Environmental compliance

  • Bridge, pipeline, boundary perimeter and power-line inspections

  • Surveying

  • Bushfire mapping and damage assessments

  • Flood mapping and damage assessments

  • Earthquake damage assessments

  • Mobile aerial repeater for emergency communications



LRM Fire Team

The LRM Strike Team consists of highly trained and qualified ​members who are committed to providing an exceptional fire & rescue services to our clientele.

LRM are always on the lookout for self-motivated, eager and passionate personnel to join our Fire Team in the following roles:

  • Conservation & Land Management

  • Wildland Firefighters

  • Emergency Service Officers

  • Technical Officers

  • Paramedics

All team members undergo a selection process including fitness assessments, interviews, criminal history checks and strictly adhere to company and client's privacy and confidentiality policies.

To support local economies, LRM regularly engage local Rural Fire Brigades to compliment our capabilities and services.

If you are interested in becoming a casual member of the LRM Strike Team, contact us via the link below and a member of our team will be in contact with you shortly.