The Rural Fire Service district office is likely to hold its after action review of the recent devastating bushfires within four to six weeks.
The service holds the reviews after any major incident.
Information from local bridges from across the Port Macquarie-Hastings will help drive the review.
Brigades generally hold their own AARs after incidents.
The district review will be dependant on operational activity at the time.
RFS district officer Stuart Robb says the review will likely cover a number of issues.
"Local brigades are encouraged to undertake AAR's after any major incident," Mr Robb said.
"The NSW RFS has a standard format for AAR's which will be distributed to all brigades.
"Typically, the information from the AAR's will be categorised by issue types.
"These (generally) cover areas such as operations, communications, welfare and focusing on lessons learnt.
"Priority will be based on the terms of reference outlined by the NSW state government," he said.
Mr Robb said the district is constantly looking to improve execution (of operations) where possible based on constructive feedback.
Information in the AAR's will be reviewed by the district office's senior management team which includes, the district manager, senior staff and volunteer group officers.
I think you will find that most brigades have completed their own reivew.Kingsley Searle
A number of local brigades are keenly awaiting a date for the AAR with North Shore brigade captain Kingsley Searle suggesting he had a number of issues to discuss.
"We have a list as long as your arm," he said. "I think you will find that most brigades have completed their own review.
"We have already looked at our own operations and how we can do things better, including how we call staff out and how we use systems. There were also a number of other issues that arose (during the bushfires) in the field.
"We are always trying to improve on what we do and how we do it," he said.
"Our brigade is looking forward to the AAR with the district office."
Mr Searle said the brigade conducted "at least" an informal AAR after every incident.
Wauchope RFS brigade captain Donna Anthony
when we have any incident we have an informal AAR anyway, that is the standard for any brigade.
Wauchope RFS brigade captain Donna Anthony said her members were also looking forward to the review with district office.
"We have had a couple of AAR's over the course of the last few months," she said.
"We are just making sure that we are looking after each other, particularly in regards to mental health aspects.
"Members have used the critical incident support service - a division with the RFS - on a couple of occasions."
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