Last chance to apply for the 2018/19 Pacific Islands Languages Grant. read here for more information.
Around 70 Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) personnel from around New Zealand are taking part in the annual USAR training exercise today in Hokitika.
Friday 11 May 2018, 24 of our people from across five regions attended the close out event of Fire and Emergency New Zealand’s Officer Career Board.
Learning Development has developed an animation about what can go on in a canteen to generate discussion and make people think twice about their actions.
Read here to see the latest in how Training are looking at ways to engage with, educate and inform our teams within Fire and Emergency.
National Operations and Educational Services have designed an online user guide for new equipment to offer more support and information to operational personnel when new equipment is deployed into the field.
Improvements to the Station Management System (SMS) to make it easier to complete incident reports and capture better data are being welcomed by users.
Quick action by Whangarei firefighters prepping for a routine rope rescue training exercise helped rescue a man suspected to have fallen down a 50 metre cliff.
The way in which our operational personnel get their powers to respond to emergencies changed on 1 July.
We’ve listened to your feedback and introduced several enhancements to improve your experience with the Portal, which is now Fire and Emergency New Zealand’s main information channel.