Volunteers - here’s a chance for you to share your experiences of being a Fire and Emergency volunteer.
Today we’re saying thank you to our 11,000 volunteers and highlighting their great work in communities across New Zealand.
If you’re looking for resources, ideas and tips about how to attract new volunteers, take a look at the new Volunteer Attraction Toolkit.
A new batch of challenges is now live on Beacon, our online ideas platform.
Check out our second update on the deployment to California this year!
Congratulations to this quarter’s recipients of the New Zealand Fire Brigades’ Long Service and Good Conduct Award.
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.
We’re inviting all Fire and Emergency volunteers to participate in a survey to help us develop a new dispute resolution scheme. Read more about it here
June was a busy month with activities to better connect with our volunteers and the public: Region Volunteer Leadership Conferences, National Volunteer Week, and a targeted recruitment pilot.
Keeping you connected with what’s going on with communities and the change we are going through is crucial as we build the new Fire and Emergency New Zealand.