Today we’re launching a new challenge on Beacon, calling for your ideas about what we can do to build a culture that’s more respectful and inclusive.
This week I visited Nelson to witness the response first hand, and to personally acknowledge the efforts of everyone involved.
Today marks the second anniversary of the Port Hills fires; an event that has helped to shape the creation of a fully unified fire and emergency service for New Zealand.
Yesterday I spent the day at Waitangi, where Fire and Emergency attended the commemorations and engaged with families visiting the Waitangi festival.
Last year we began the process of reshaping our organisation to meet both the changing demands of communities throughout the country and the changing nature of our work. Now it’s time to look at the next stage of our consultation process.
Yesterday, I hosted a press conference to release the final report and recommendations of retired Judge Shaw’s independent review into our workplace policies, practices and procedures to address bullying and harassment.I invite you to watch my media presentation and the Q&As.
In July 2018, I asked retired Judge Coral Shaw to conduct an independent review into our workplace policies, practices and procedures to address bullying and harassment. Today, I will be releasing the final report and recommendations of the Positive Workplace Culture Review.
Welcome to my first video update for 2019, where I thank those who worked over Christmas and New Year, and share my visits to West Auckland stations this week.
Prior to Christmas I announced that five of the six roles in the new Senior Leadership Team (SLT) had been confirmed, with the final role due to be confirmed very soon.I am pleased to tell you that the full recruitment process is now complete.
Today I’m announcing that I have appointed four out of the five Deputy Chief Executive positions to Fire and Emergency New Zealand’s Strategic Leadership Team (SLT).