Today we have released our Kia Toipoto action plan, setting out our commitment to achieving the aspirations of Kia Toipoto and making positive change in our organisation.
SO Logan Martin recently completed a 6-week "Cultural Discovery Programme", where he learnt more about the place he lives and serves, than he had his whole life.
Following the release of Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission’s independent review of Fire and Emergency’s workplace culture and complaint handling practices, Te Tari Taiwhenua the Department of Internal Affairs have now provided advice to the Minister on recommendation 14.
Our next My Health Hub webinar is ‘National Ambulance Air Desk and ANTS criteria’ and will be held tomorrow night (18 April) between 7 and 8pm hosted by Kathryn Steel, Clinical Manager of our National Air desk and Aaron Waterreus, Specialist Response Manager.
We are carrying out a routine audit of our internal communications channels.
Te Kauwhata Fire Brigade advises of the passing of Warren Moorfield on 16 April 2023 at Te Kauwhata.
Warren was a Senior Firefighter who served Te Kauwhata Fire Brigade for 48 years. He was a well-respected member of the Te Kauwhata community.
During the Auckland floods earlier this year, some of our brigades and members of our Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team were called to Orua Bay in Manukau Heads to rescue two people trapped within a collapsed building.
A rescue drill was held at the Ports of Auckland stormwater outfall upgrade project last month. Our National Infrastructure Advisor Jon Harris was invited to observe to learn more about the project and the safety and rescue procedures in place.
Our people who are deployed internationally now have new kit bags with fit for purpose equipment to meet their needs in the wide range of environments they are sent to.
Whether you’re at a station or head office, if you’re using a new supplier or agency, please ensure you have them correctly set up in Fire and Emergency’s system so they can get paid.