Join our My Health Hub webinar on preparing patients for air retrieval on 24 October 2023.
Fire and Emergency Swannanoa Volunteer Fire Brigade member Casey Herbert visited her brigade’s namesake 13,000 kilometres away in the USA earlier this month.
Evaluation of our four next generation Type 3 appliances is underway.
An urban search and rescue (USAR) training exercise held earlier in September saw CAT2* logistics, medic and technician recruits working round the clock for three days in a post-earthquake scenario.
Working with electricity presents a unique set of risks to people’s safety. It is important to regularly explore the safety measures we have in place to protect people from potential harm.
The Uniform Retender Project continues to track to its milestones, with the next major step vendor presentations and a wearer assessment.
New York City Battalion Fire Chiefs Kevin Harrison and Steve Spall say travelling around and visiting people in Aotearoa New Zealand was like ‘meeting old friends’.
It is just over three years since our Equipment and Logistics directorate formally came into being and, during that time, it has undergone a steady transformation.
Many of us paid tribute yesterday to the 343 New York City firefighters who lost their lives during the September 11, 2001 attacks and to the 68 New Zealand firefighters who have lost their lives in the line of duty.