With states of local emergencies in place for Auckland and Northland, many families, including our own Fire and Emergency whanau have been impacted personally.
Fire and Emergency has a partnership agreement with My Health Hub to deliver health/medical response-related topics to our people once a month in a webinar.
With the working year coming to a close and the holiday season ahead of us, it is important to support our peers and colleagues at this potentially stressful and intense time of year.
We are committed to supporting our people’s wellbeing and recognise it has been a hard year, so wanted to provide some tips to support you this summer.
Recently Apple launched the iPhone 14 and a new generation of Apple Watches which include a feature called Automatic Crash Detection.
We have added two new case studies to our Feederlines series which features specific incidents or themes aimed at helping with continuous improvement in our operational response.
As always, it was a huge team effort with our people right across the motu.
We will soon be rolling out unisex emergency hygiene pack to all frontline appliances and stations across the motu.
The importance of listening cannot be underestimated, from comprehending instructions to being there for a colleague when they need support.
We’re almost halfway through Movember and true to form, our people are stepping up to the challenge.