We’ve redeveloped our search tool because we know just how important it is for you to be able to access the information you need.
43 new technicians, medics and logisticians have joined Fire and Emergency’s Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team.
Working safely around water training is now compulsory at our National Training Centre.
Paul Turner, National Manager Response Capability is encouraging our people in Auckland to take advantage of a possible reduction in callouts as we move down through the COVID-19 Levels to take the online training on working safely around water.
Assistance for students of Te Reo Māori - applications close this Friday 6 March
Mobile devices like phones, tablets, and laptops are a part of everyday life, and allow us to access almost all our work and personal information in one portable device.
One of the biggest threats to our ICT systems and information is people getting caught up in phishing scams. While you might think you would never fall for something like that, scammers are using increasingly sophisticated and targeted methods to exploit people’s everyday behaviour, so it’s important to know what to look out for.
Cyber Smart Week kicks off today and runs until Friday 18 October. The week is a government initiative which focuses on raising awareness on what you and your family can do to protect yourselves online.
Training and ICT are working together to upgrade Learning Station, Fire and Emergency’s online training and education hub.
We’ve launched a new Station Officer Role Transition Programme to support career station officers (SO) throughout their first nine months in the role.