Fire and Emergency and the New Zealand Firefighters Welfare Society (NZFFWS) are proud to re-sign our Statement of Cooperation
The signings of two key agreements went ahead virtually on Wednesday 8 August, one between Fire and Emergency and the Department of Conservation (DOC), and the other with Plantation Forestry associations, and Te Uru Rakau.
New principle-based conference guidelines to help managers and team members decide when it is appropriate to attend a conference, either as a speaker or attendee
Last friday our National Women’s Advisory Committee met with Minister of Internal Affairs Hon. Jan Tinetti at Parliament to share their stories, and speak about some of the challenges faced by women in Fire and Emergency and work being done to support our wāhine.
We established the first seven Local Advisory Committees (LACs) in June last year to put communities at the heart of our work, seeing as it’s the communities that we serve.
The Te Ao Mārama team within Fire and Emergency is here to help with potential research projects and the funding of them.
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 announcements of our 50 new Local Advisory Committee members earlier this month has sparked significant interest from across Aotearoa.
We've released a video explaining the role our Local Advisory Committees will have in providing independent community-focused advice to our Board to inform our local and national emergency planning.
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