Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora
Fire and Emergency's information and records management practices are being independently audited to show where we can improve.
Today is International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia – a worldwide celebration of sexual and gender diversities.
Fire and Emergency is committed to ensuring the safety of our people. One way of reducing the number of accidents is by increasing near miss reporting through Safe@Work.
We are all responsible for ensuring we protect people’s information – this includes people’s names, contact details, photos, or involvement in an incident as a victim or a responder.
Over the past three months Fire and Emergency have been delivering fire safety modules at the FMG Young Farmer of the Year Regional Finals.
As you’ll know, these days firefighters do so much alongside fighting fires. Attending motor vehicle crashes is a big part of what we do and that means we see the…
We deal with a wide range of personal information and data on a daily basis. Much of this information is about our people or people in our communities and it’s…
This week we are celebrating New Zealand Sign Language Week at Fire and Emergency and we want everyone to give it a go.
Today was a special day for five of our people. Murray Binning (Kumeu), Wayne Martin (Kawakawa), Paul Wilkins (Murchison), Bill Harris (Clinton), and Gina Chaffey-Aupouri (Ruatōria) all received their Royal…