Two of the nine recommendations from a review of last year's Tasmanian bushfire season - the worst since 1967 - have been implemented and a further three will be ready by December, the state government says.
A whole-of-state fuel management and burning program for all land tenures is in place, as well as a State Air Desk, in response to recommendations from the independent review from the Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council.
Recommendations to be in place by next month include a benchmark document for best-practice remote firefighting, a statewide point of command for bushfires and a rostering system for acceptable shifts for firefighting agencies.
Establishing a cadre of volunteer remote firefighters, a TFS policy review of fuel management on private property, maintaining winch capable remote firefighting and building a purpose-built State Control Centre were described as "long-term" proposals by the government.
Police, Fire and Emergency Management Minister Mark Shelton said analysis from last year's bushfires, which burned over 210,000 hectares, found that Tasmania's relative fire risk had reduced to 83.8 per cent this season - the lowest in 15 years.
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"From December 1 we will have seven firefighting aircraft in the state on standby, more than 5600 firefighters and have invested more than $13.1 million into new fire trucks and advanced technology," he said.
TFS remote area teams were completing required training before 80 firefighters would be able to fire remote fires, expected to be completed by next month.
Greens MHA Rosalie Woodruff questioned the government on its preparedness for the season, and said the state could not expect to rely on support from mainland states.
"Last fire season, we had assistance from interstate fire authorities. With Queensland and New South Wales authorities seeing no end in sight for this year's horror fire season, Tasmania can't rely on the help from outside when we need it most," she said.
Bushfires broke out at Lachlan, Elderslie and Scamander last month.