Support

FMS Permissions Matrix

FMS Role Description
A – Planner A planner is responsible for managing the end-to-end fuel treatment planning process. They can add as well as edit some aspects of a fuel treatment such as:

  • Create a New Fuel Treatment
  • Retrieve land attributes, fuel hazard and control lines data from eMap
  • Complete and update a Burn Complexity Questionnaire
  • Create and update Land Management & Fuel Treatment Objectives
  • Set a prescription for the Fuel Treatment
  • Enter the operational feasibility details
  • Add, edit and delete consents as well as permits including uploading and deleting attachments
  • Add, update and delete values
  • Add, update and delete a task
  • Add, update and delete a fuel treatment operation
  • Create, update and delete an ignition plan including adding sequences
  • Add, update and delete sectors as well as resources to a fuel treatment operation
  • Update criticality and delivery window details
  • Add, update and delete situation reports
  • Upload and delete files in the Attachments tab
  • Create, update and save ePBRAT Phase 1, 2 and 3

A planner CANNOT delete a fuel treatment, change status of a Fuel Treatment , approve ePBRAT records or access back-end system functions and configuration.

B – Program Planner A program planner is responsible for managing the end-to-end fuel treatment planning. They can add as well as edit the same aspects of a fuel treatment as a planner and have some additional permissions such as:

  • Change status of a Fuel Treatment
  • Add, Edit and delete Fuel Treatments on 9 Day Scheduler

A program planner also cannot delete a fuel treatment, approve ePBRAT or access back-end system functions and configuration.

C – Manager A manager has all the same permissions as a ‘Program Planner’ as well as the ability to approve ePBRAT Phase 1 & 2 records.
D – Burns Controller A burns controller has all the same permissions as a ‘Program Planner’ as well as the ability to approve ePBRAT Phase 3 records.
E – Chief A chief has read-only access to all aspects of a Fuel Treatment. They have some additional permissions such as:

  • Change status of a burn Fuel Treatment to ‘Ignition Authorised’
  • Approve ePBRAT Phase 1, 2 & 3 records

A chief cannot delete a fuel treatment or access back-end system functions and configuration.

F – Guest A guest has read-only access to all aspects of a Fuel Treatment and cannot delete a fuel treatment or access back-end system functions and configuration.
G – Specialist A specialist can add, edit and delete values within a fuel treatment but cannot modify aspects of a Fuel Treatment.
System Support A system support person has read-only access to all aspects of a Fuel Treatment. However, they can access back-end system functions and configuration such as providing access and assigning relevant roles in FMS.
System Administrator A system administrator has the ability to add, edit and delete any function in the system.