This page has information about what mandatory vaccinations mean for our people in Fire and Emergency.
The Government’s Health Order on mandatory vaccinations was published on 22 October. We have now confirmed the roles that are required to be fully vaccinated. Under the Health Order, we are now required to collect those people’s vaccination status. Read more here
Auckland is at Alert Level 3 [step 2]
Auckland settings will be reviewed on Monday 22nd November 2021
The rest of New Zealand is at Alert Level 2.
This page holds the information about the new COVID-19 Protection Framework and how Fire and Emergency responds to the safety, health and wellbeing of our people under this framework.
This page has information about our activities and safety measures under Alert Level 1.
This page has information about our activities and safety measures under Alert Level 2.
This page has information about our activities and safety measures under Alert Level 3.
This page has information about our activities and safety measures under Alert Level 4.
Steps to follow if you are exposed to COVID-19 at events, and the notification and reporting requirements in Safe@Work
This section holds stores information and documents for all Alert Levels of the COVID-19 pandemic response. Info in here is also available from the relevant Alert Level page.
This page has a list of things that have changed in the way we do things since the last summary.
Information about what to do if you are (or someone in your bubble is) unwell, either with COVID-19 or another cold or flu-like illness.
This page contains information about sick leave and annual leave during the COVID-19 response
There is support for workers of Alert Level 4 businesses and services to access childcare if they are unable to make their own arrangements.
Ministry of Health information on requesting proof of vaccination for international travel
This page has information about what is happening with regards to brigade training and scheduled training courses during the COVID-19 response.