The new shape of our Region Training teams was announced today by Chief Executive Kerry Gregory and Deputy Chief Executive, People Janine Hearn.
Chief Executive Kerry Gregory is consulting the whole of Fire and Emergency NZ about proposals for the structure of our Region Training team.
A new timeline for final decisions on proposed People Branch changes has been announced by Kerry.
Fire and Emergency is progressing its Incident Capability and Payments Alignment project.
I would like to advise you that Gwen Tepania-Palmer’s term on the Fire and Emergency Board will be concluding shortly.
Yesterday we hosted two live Teams sessions on mandatory vaccinations, that included an overview of the information we have to date, and questions and answers.
Today we officially Stand-Up Tranche 2, a huge milestone for Fire and Emergency. This brings our new Region and District structure into effect around the country.
The consultation proposal on the scope and functions of the permanent Behaviour and Conduct Office closes this week at 5pm on Thursday 28 January 2021.
A significant milestone was reached this week, with the completion of the first face to face meetings of our seven Local Advisory Committees (LACs).
The first garments of the Unified Uniform are rolling out late this year. This is the first step of unifying us as one organisation through our uniform.