Our Puhoi and Silverdale crews worked alongside personnel from Waka Kotahi recently on drills and testing in Johnstone’s Hill tunnel just south of Puhoi.
Work has been continuing on the review of the MOU Fire and Emergency has with St John. We’ve now reached a point where we want to give everyone an update on our progress.
A team of 25 Fire and Emergency personnel have been selected to head to Alberta this week to help fight wildfires that are raging across the Western part of Canada.
It is getting close to the time to apply for the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) – 2023 October examinations.
Our next My Health Hub webinar is ‘Basic Life Support and Emergencies for Infants’ and will be held Wednesday, 24 May, between 7 and 8pm hosted by Natalie Cowley, Nurse Educator, Children’s Emergency Department, Starship Child Health and Cam Grylls, our Senior Specialist, Medical Health.
The Institution of Fire Engineers’ Information Series features monthly presentations on topics of interest in firefighting. This month’s presentation will be held on Thursday, 25 May from 7pm-8pm and will feature Dr Claire Benson talking about hydrogen safety.
There is lots to read including the first round of training for our Specialist Water Response teams, a simulated 'aeroplane crash' in Wellington, and our response to the devastation caused by Cyclone Gabrielle.
It is a year since former Internal Affairs Minister, Hon. Jan Tinetti officially opened Fire and Emergency’s new service centre in Tauranga.
Fire and Emergency is celebrating significant work being completed in its post-earthquake reconstruction programme in Christchurch, officially opening both the flagship Christchurch City Fire Station and the Sumner Fire Station.
As part of the review process into our response to the Auckland Floods and Tropical Cyclone Gabrielle we have created a Lessons Capture Form and we’d like to hear from you.