Happy International Firefighters’ Day to all our firefighters and all those who support them. This year, we had to get creative to make the day special. Check out the video...
The New Zealand Firefighters Welfare Society (NZFFWS) has today launched a children’s book, designed to initiate whānau conversations about wellbeing.
An update on our journey towards building an organisation where everyone feels safe, welcome and included.
This year’s Wellington International Pride Parade was a colourful event celebrating the diversity of the communities we serve and support.
This Sunday marks International Women's Day, a day for us all to celebrate the important women in our lives
Effective Monday 2 March, the Behaviour and Conduct Office is coordinating all complaints of bullying and harassment, transitioning from HumanKind.
Fire and Emergency is working with NZPFU to pilot “Crew Conversations,” a facilitated discussion about on-station behaviour.
The annual Wellington Pride Parade takes place on Saturday 7 March and celebrates the rich cultural diversity of the community we serve and offers a chance to bring our people together, have fun, and highlight issues relevant to rainbow communities on both a local and international level.
From our creation on 1 July 2017, an important founding principle of Fire and Emergency New Zealand is that all our people are able to work in a safe and healthy environment, where they can achieve their full potential and be supported in their roles.
This month has been an important one for us in celebrating our female firefighters.