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In about 2006, Fire & Rescue New South Wales commenced a project known as the “Reverse Hose Lay Project”.

As a result of that project, Fire & Rescue New South Wales developed a new firefighting technique called the “Combination Hose Lay Technique”, which involves laying a hose from the fire to the water source and new devices called the FRNSW Attack Bags or Packs and Lay Bags or Packs.

Innovation Realisation Pty Ltd, QLFA IP & L Pty Ltd, Emergency Services Technology Ltd, Quick Lay Fire Attack Pty Ltd, directors and associated persons each acknowledge that Fire & Rescue New South Wales developed, and is the owner of, the Combination Hose Lay Technique and the FRNSW Attack Bags/Packs and Lay Bags/Packs and all associated intellectual property.

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