The kit, made up of a pair of firefighting trousers, a fire fighting kit canister and a pack of matches, can be fitted onto a person’s person to protect them from fires.

It has a built-in microphone, so that firefighters can communicate with their colleagues.

The kit can be used in the event of a fire in an office building or on an apartment balcony.

A firefighting person, in the kit, will have a hand-held microphone to speak to other firefighters in the building.

Firefighters in the team will then be able to hear the conversations from other firefighters.

The kit will also allow firefighters to get in close to a person to see if they are having a problem.

In the event a person is trapped in the office or apartment building, they will be able access the firefighting team to help.

The firefighting officer will have an audio-visual recorder to record any emergency calls they receive and record their findings.

They can then share the results with other firefighters if they feel the need to intervene.

As well as being able to communicate with the other firefighters, they can also be recorded by the camera as they use the kit.

This will allow them to record the incident in detail, to help identify what could have caused the problem.

In some instances, a firefighter may have to use the fire fighting kits to fight fires on the property of the company, or in the case of a property damage, to protect the owner from their neighbours.

“The use of fire fighting gear is a highly effective means of reducing the risk of fires in buildings and on property,” the Federal Government said.

“We know that in the long run, reducing the risks of fires will reduce overall property damage costs and improve property values.”

In this instance, we’ve seen that the equipment can reduce the risk and cost of fires by preventing the need for building work.

“The Federal Government is investing $5.3 million over three years to provide more than 500 firefighters with the equipment, including a pilot project for the Australian Fire Brigade.

It is also funding the establishment of a national firefighting network that will be used to support other fire departments across the country.

The Federal Department of Defence will also provide funding to the Australian Government to ensure the equipment is maintained and provided to the right people.

The federal Government also announced it would introduce a National Firefighting Service for the state and territory of Victoria.

This is a new service that will provide fire fighters with an array of equipment to assist them in their job.

An additional $2.6 million will be earmarked for the construction of a training centre and training facility for fire fighters in the Victorian State of Victoria, with a total cost of $3.8 million.

The State of Western Australia will also receive $1 million to help with the costs of the new training facility.