The Property rebranding pilot for introducing our new branding to stations and offices is well underway with 126 sites across the country selected to be rebranded under the pilot by their respective Regional and National teams.
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We have continued to work with Microsoft, an external digital security advisor, plus our ICT experts today. This afternoon we agreed two major activities that must be completed by midday Friday 23 which will inform our next steps.
Read here to find out who to contact while maintenance is being completed.
At the end of last year, about 40 people from across Fire and Emergency New Zealand got together to identify the key features of our proposed Operating Model. The Operating Model will guide what we will do, how we will do it and the way we will work. It will help us better meet the changing risks and needs of our communities.
Welcome to the first edition of the Fire and Emergency NZ Update for 2018. This update features stories on the key features of our Operating Model, the Hawke’s Bay Advisory Committee, and the Chatham Island fire.
Since Tuesday 13 March we’ve been experiencing issues with remote access to Web Mail from a computer and/or phone.
An innovative approach to training in Region 2 has boosted the capability of local volunteer personnel.
More helos likely says our CE Rhys Jones recently make a flying visit to Rotorua to find out about a great partnership
The challenge of remoteness While Fire and Emergency NZ often tackles fires in challenging terrain and remote locations, one of the most remote has to be the Chatham Islands. This summer’s massive Makara Fire on the island has been a major logistical exercise.