Free flu vaccinations are now available for all Fire and Emergency personnel.
The Type 3 Appliance Acquisition Project has reached another milestone with the selection of the manufacturers to be on the panel to supply the next generation Type 3 appliances.
Test your knowledge as an individual or team with our NZSL themed quiz.
If you identify a privacy breach, or if you think that you might have accidentally caused one, you must let our Privacy Officer, Sid Wellik – know as soon as…
New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) Week is a chance to reflect on disability in a broader setting within our own organisation but also within the communities that we serve.
If you gather information about somebody at an emergency you attend, you need to keep it confidential. This is an obligation in our Standards of Conduct, and also under the…
AFAC, the Australasian Fire and Emergency Services Authorities Council will hold its annual memorial service tomorrow, Friday, 14 May 2021.
Another way to protect sensitive information – both personal and organisational – is to maintain good habits with how we store documents in the workplace.
Fire and Emergency is celebrating New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) Week from 10-16 May in support of diversity and inclusion.
Your personal details such as your address, telephone number, date of birth, medical records, and bank account details can help malicious parties access systems.