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!
Fire and Emergency and Kāinga Ora (Housing NZ) sign a Relationship Agreement, working together to keep tenants safe from fire.
Government takes step to improve New Zealanders' safety by making furniture safer with support from Fire and Emergency.
Fire and Emergency is delighted to announce we are this year a partner of one of New Zealand’s favourite reality TV shows.
The unnecessary death of young New Zealanders in motor vehicle crashes takes a toll not only on families and communities, but on emergency services personnel. Earlier this year the Rolleston and Lincoln Volunteer Fire Brigades decided to do something about it.
From deployments to North America to remembering the firefighters of 9/11 and stressing the importance of smoke alarms and detectors, there’s been a lot going on this month. Here’s some of the great stories which have been in the media showing the fantastic work we’ve been doing here at Fire Emergency NZ.
Helping the public experience a house fire – without actually putting them in danger – can be a powerful way to highlight the importance of being ready, and the need for an escape plan and a safe meeting place for every home if there is a fire.
This year’s Fieldays at Mystery Creek has a new addition to its site - the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Case tractor, decked out in our livery and fitted with a ladder, lights and sirens.
We are working to resolve issues with the DVDs provided with the Get Firewise Family book and the Get Firewise Year 1 & 2 kits.
Fire and Emergency New Zealand will be burning down a house on live TV on Monday 30 April at 7:00pm to highlight the risks of leaving electronic devices on duvets and other bedding material.