In my last Blog for 2019, I thank you for keeping communities safe, and tell you about our new summer wildfire prevention campaign and how to provide your feedback on two proposals.
Our Chair, Paul Swain, has shared Fire and Emergency New Zealand’s annual report, charting the progress we've made in the past year.
Fire and Emergency has commissioned an independent review of our management of the SkyCity convention centre fire.
The independent operational review of our management of the Tasman Fires, conducted by the Australasian Fire and Emergency Services Authorities Council, is being released today.
Today our Chair, Paul Swain, has launched Fire and Emergency New Zealand’s Our National Strategy 2019 – 2045 on behalf of the Board.
Later today we will finish the consultation period on our proposals for our organisational structure and approach to rank.
Tomorrow, we’ll publicly release our first Positive Workplace Culture six-monthly progress report. My Blog shares it with you ahead of its public release.
This week we’re celebrating Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, Māori Language Week. We’re committed to working together for a safer environment, not only for Māori, but for all New Zealanders
Towards the end of August I will be one of a number of our people joining emergency services leaders from all over the world at this year’s AFAC conference in Melbourne.
For more than 150 years fire services have been at the heart of New Zealand communities, protecting and preserving life and property.