The National and Regional Coordination Centres will pilot Emergency Management Common Operating Picture (EMCOP) from the 19th of November, running through to the end of March 2019.
On 30 October 2018, the Communication Centres CAD system will be upgraded, including new software and hardware. It’s important that you are prepared and know what to do.
Everyone has a role to play in keeping themselves, and Fire and Emergency New Zealand, safe online. At work and at home.
Due to the complexity of the development, it is now looking like we will start rolling the application out in February 2019, but we will still be ready to demo the system at the United Fire Brigades’ Association (UFBA) conference in November 2018.
We’ve heard from many people from around the country that our internet connection needs improving...
You can now access Home Base from a personal device, this is one of the more significant improvements that has been made to our online HR self-service kiosk.
A warning for everyone to be aware of targeted email scam and to contact our IT support team for help.
You told us the search function on the Portal was one of the more important improvements you would like made to our intranet. Well as of Tuesday 14 August, it will be done.
The latest update on the Availability Messaging System (AMS) project which is aimed at delivering a nationwide system to assist in our response to fire and emergencies.
Development of the Availability and Messaging System (AMS) has started and we expect it to be ready later this year. Our priority is to transfer current Volunteer Availability Communications System (VACS) users to the new AMS.