Unattended cooking is the number one cause of house fires, and the number one cause of injury from fires that we attend.
Museum of Fires Past is an exhibition of burnt items inspired by real house fires and real people’s stories.
This spring, we’re launching a three-phase campaign to ensure more New Zealand households are set up to get the earliest warning possible in the event of a house fire.
Fire and Emergency is pleased to announce it has been officially recertified under the Toitū carbonreduce programme, the third year we have been certified under the programme.
Reminders for booster vaccines, exemptions for those with COVID needing boosters and checking your records are accurate.
There’s a new viral social media challenge coming your way – the Escape My House Challenge!
This Thursday at 9.30 am, we’re reminding you to drop, cover and hold for ShakeOut.
Over the coming weeks we’ll be encouraging the public to create an escape plan for their household by making it as simple as 1, 2, 3.
We’ve launched phase one of our new wildfire campaign focused on readiness, so that rural and semi-rural communities know to prepare in case of a wildfire in their area.
This daylight saving we’re introducing Smokey the smoke alarm to New Zealand households, with the aim of motivating people to push the button to check their smoke alarms are working.