We’ve launched a new behaviour change campaign to share a familiar message about smoke alarms, only this time, our very own firefighters are at the forefront, helping to inform the public.
This Escape Week we’ve launched the Fire Gets Real Fast phrase and mark in our ads, and we’d like you to help us spread the message. You can help build awareness of the new mark by including it in your email signature alongside the Fire and Emergency logo.
A house fire, no matter its size, is stressful and disorientating. That is why this Escape Week we have been sharing a powerful range of advertising to show the public just how important it is to have an escape plan to increase their likelihood of getting out of a fire safely.
This Escape Week, and in the lead-up to it, we’re targeting the public with real-life stories, and emotive sound and imagery reflecting what can happen if you don’t have an escape plan in place.
To make sure the public are well-versed in camping fire safety, we’ve created a safety video starring former All Black Christian Cullen.
A key element in this summer’s wildfire prevention campaign is the new fire danger tool, which was launched over the weekend by the Minister of Internal Affairs, Hon Jan Tinetti in Mount Maunganui.
Today is New Zealand ShakeOut Day, our national earthquake drill and tsunami hīkoi when New Zealanders are reminded to practice how to keep safe during an earthquake, or tsunami if you’re in a coastal area.
As we know, working smoke alarms give people an early alert to fire in their home, and that early alert gives them the best chance of escaping alive.
As part of Fire and Emergency New Zealand, we all take a lot of pride in keeping communities safe.
At Fire and Emergency, we all have a role to play in setting a good example when it comes to fire safety. Have you done your household fire escape plan yet? Check out our video!