Fire and Emergency is proud to have released our new and improved Evacuation Schemes system today, which will make for a more user-friendly experience.
Last night, Fire and Emergency's Kelley Toy and Adrian Nacey won two AFAC Awards for their innovative mahi, helping hāpori (communities) learn fire safety.
The National Community Readiness and Recovery team were faced with a unique challenge when Wellington’s Queensgate shopping centre asked for their help in creating a children’s book.
On 15 August, in Levin, we staged a controlled house fire that was broadcast live on Seven Sharp.
There is lots to read including a spread on our deployment to Canada, ground-breaking fire whirl research, how our drones came to the rescue during Cyclone Gabrielle, preparing to respond to incidents in the new City Rail Link tunnels, and celebrating Matariki.
This August, we are continuing to target NZ households to prompt them to install smoke alarms in every bedroom, hallway and living area and create a 3-Step-Escape Plan.
The Te Pae Tata programme was established in December 2021 and encompassed 12 risk reduction projects and initiatives in the Wildfire, Fire Investigation, Fire Engineering and Regulatory Compliance areas.
Lithium-ion battery fire incidents are on the rise in Aotearoa and around the world, with international Lithium-ion-related fire fatalities reported almost daily.