Improvements to the Station Management System (SMS) to make it easier to complete incident reports and capture better data are not far off.
All career firefighters and non-operational personnel will soon be sent an email invitation to share your views on an internal communications research survey.
This message is to advise that there will be a network and internet services outage between 9pm – 10pm, on Thursday, 28 September 2017.
Previously NHQ have ‘gone pink for a day’ with costumes, competitions, bake sales and other activities raising funds for Pink Ribbon with the help of The NZ Breast Cancer Foundation.
In this edition we acknowledge the hard work of our people recently deployed to help tame the Canadian wild fires, hear from London Fire brigade Commissioner talking about the Grenfell Tower tragedy, hear stories of those involved in the Fire and Emergency Pōwhiri, and highlight one of our firefighters cycling throughout Asia.
It is with sadness that we acknowledge the passing of DCFO Colin Brown of Stokes Valley Volunteer Fire Brigade.
With skills-based workshops, thought-provoking speakers and networking functions, this year’s UFBA Conference in Auckland from Friday 27 October – Sunday 29 October is a great forum for brigades to keep up-to-date with key issues in fire and emergency services.
The way in which our operational personnel get their powers to respond to emergencies changed on 1 July.
Because Election night falls on Daylight Saving night this year - it’s hijacking our chance to shine. But this is a golden opportunity to reach a huge audience.
Fire and Emergency NZ has recently appointed a new Personalised Name Badge provider following a market engagement.