Join our My Health Hub webinar on preparing patients for air retrieval on 24 October 2023.
Working with electricity presents a unique set of risks to people’s safety. It is important to regularly explore the safety measures we have in place to protect people from potential harm.
It’s the last day of Mental Health Awareness Week! Ka pai for putting the wellbeing tools we’ve highlighted this week into practice. As it’s the last day, it’s fitting that today’s focus is keep learning/me ako tonu.
We’ve reached the second last day of Mental Health Awareness Week, and today we ask you to connect - me whakawhanaunga. Connection is the ngākau (heart) of wellbeing.
Happy hump day! Let’s get over the hump by getting our tinana (bodies) moving! For the third day of Mental Health Awareness week, we’re going to be active/me kori tonu.
Rātū hari! Happy Tuesday! For day two of Mental Health Awareness Week, we are going to give/tukua. Today is all about kindness and generosity.
Earlier this year, all Fire and Emergency employees were invited to take part in the first Whanaungatanga Wellbeing Survey. The findings from the survey are now available.
The Safe@Work and Audit@Work applications will be unavailable between 0600 - 2200, Saturday, 16 September.
It's Mental Health Awareness Week. Register to attend webinars, access resources and keep an eye out for the Five Ways of Wellbeing which we will share each day next week.
Fire and Emergency and the NZPFU are working together on a pilot that will give career firefighters and communication centre personnel access to free and confidential psychological supervision sessions.