Our plan to fully integrate the functions of New Zealand’s urban and rural fire services by 2020 is now available. This plan, called the Blueprint, provides details about what will happen over the next three years.
How will Fire and Emergency work as one organisation so we are better able to serve New Zealand now and in the future?
Welcome to the 5th issue of the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Bulletin. With just over two weeks until Day One, a lot of things are falling into place. With increasing amounts of information available it’s important that you are able to find what you need.
The Phase 2 Blueprint is the high level plan covering the second stage of establishing Fire and Emergency New Zealand. This is the integration phase and starts on 1 July 2017 and ends three years later in June 2020.
Welcome to the 4th issue of the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Bulletin. Since our last issue, the Bill received Royal Assent, the five Regional Managers Rural have been announced for the new organisation, and Day One preparation sessions have begun in the lead up to 1 July. Find out more in this issue.