On 15 August, in Levin, we staged a controlled house fire that was broadcast live on Seven Sharp.
This August, we are continuing to target NZ households to prompt them to install smoke alarms in every bedroom, hallway and living area and create a 3-Step-Escape Plan.
Tune into Seven Sharp tomorrow at 7pm to see our people showcase the devastation a fire can cause in the home.
Launched in November 2022, You’re Cooked campaign aims to prevent house fires by encouraging the Disengaged audience cooking while impaired by either drugs or alcohol to ‘stay off the stove’.
O’Week season is in full swing across the motu and our teams have been popping up at universities in Auckland, Waikato, Wellington, Canterbury, Otago and Invercargill to engage one of our high-risk audience – young people living in rental accommodation – and encourage them to ‘stay off the stove’ if they’re drunk or high.
This week, we’ve launched a new phase of our Escape Planning campaign aimed at ensuring more New Zealand households have a Mahere Rerenga Tāwhai-3 | 3-Step-Escape Plan.
The risk and impact of wildfires in Aotearoa are increasing. Climate change, as well as more people living rurally, are some of the factors driving this growth.
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.