AFAC, the Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council, recently held its virtual conference with the theme, balancing impact and expectations.
We are continuing to make good progress towards establishing our permanent Behaviour and Conduct (BCO) office.
The Positive Workplace Culture programme has been underway since April 2019 and the latest six-month progress report is now available.
As a recipient of the Sir John Te Ahikaiata Turei Memorial Grant, SO, Warren Samuels is embarking on education to build his knowledge and understanding of te reo and te ao Māori.
Last friday our National Women’s Advisory Committee met with Minister of Internal Affairs Hon. Jan Tinetti at Parliament to share their stories, and speak about some of the challenges faced by women in Fire and Emergency and work being done to support our wāhine.
A wrap-up of Waitangi Day 2021.
Financial assistance for current or future students of te reo Māori
With the Auckland Rainbow Parade and Wellington Pride Parade taking place on 20 February and 10 April, we would like to invite you to join us as we celebrate rainbow communities in and out of Fire and Emergency.
The consultation proposal on the scope and functions of the permanent Behaviour and Conduct Office closes this week at 5pm on Thursday 28 January 2021.
Keep an eye out on TV3 tonight at 7pm! Fire Risk Management Officer Nick Linton will be on The Project for Loud Shirt Day to talk about his experience as a firefighter, with hearing loss and a cochlear implant.