Red Bluff Spatial

“Leadership in the emergency management spatial sector”

Established in 2013 by Mark Garvey AFSM, Red Bluff Spatial specialises in the development of spatial team and systems and thier capacity to produce high quality and timely products during crises.

After a lifetime planning, building, running and writing about emergency management spatial systems at major emergencies, Red Bluff Spatial can assist your organisation across all facets of spatial emergency management from inter-organisational and strategic initiatives to building and mentoring spatial teams against best practise benchmarks.

Mark remains active in the sector as a volunteer for a local fire brigade.

Awards and achievements

  • Australian Fire Services Medal (AFSM)
  • Australian National Emergency Medal
  • Victorian Emergency Services Foundation scholarship - review performance of spatial systems used in New York after 9/11
  • Founding member and inaugural Chair of Victorian and Australian emergency management spatial information groups (EMSINA)

2015 awards

Resilient Information Systems for Emergency Response - RISER
Overall winners - Victorian Government award
Winners - Technical excellence category

"Red Bluff" is an escarpment overlooking Half Moon Bay in Victoria, Australia.
(See image of Red Bluff)