Missed the Mental Health Awareness Week Q&A session on Monday? You can now watch the entire Wellness Webinar with Clinical Psychologist Catherine Gallagher on the Portal.
Today marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Week. How are you and your team going to get involved?
This year hasn't been easy, and Mental Health Awareness Week is a great opportunity to remind ourselves what wellbeing looks and feels like.
A reminder that all Fire and Emergency New Zealand people who are injured at work can access rehabilitation support through the Injury Management Unit.
The Wolf Was Not Sleeping is a bedtime story developed by New Zealand Firefighters Welfare Society for young children whose parents are first responders working within stressful environments.
Our Fleet team is rolling out a new safety initiative for personnel using our trailers and towing vehicles.
From Friday 10 July 2020, the Habit at Work tool will no longer be available as ACC has made the difficult decision to retire it.
We have 11,977 operational people working at Fire and Emergency and of these 9,647 had completed the Working Safely Around Water training module as at 1 July this year.
Nothing is more important at Fire and Emergency than keeping all our people safe and well. We know that our firefighters have an increased risk of certain types of cancer and that exposure to cancer-causing toxins is the reason for this. Read more...
Today ACC has announced they have introduced a new tool to help its Toxicology Panel assess work-related cancer claims lodged by career firefighters. Read more...