Do you remember what it takes to help 'Restart the Heart'?
Further improvements have been made to the Portal, based on your feedback.
Personnel are now invited to order new Fire and Emergency New Zealand name badges, from our new supplier, OfficeMax.
Eureka Productions, based in Australia, are looking for a mentally and physically able team of three firefighters to participate in a new TV show over in Australia.
Trading Standards have issued a product recall for System Sensor Bases B401. All B401 bases with a date code of 6043 or later, installed with S300 detectors are affected.
Each year Fire and Emergency NZ provides a free, confidential health check for all personnel as part of our ‘Hauora’ health monitoring programme.
Restart a Heart Day, is held on October 16 every year, and is a Europe-wide initiative developed by the European Resuscitation Council. It was launched in 2013 to teach members of the public how to help restart the heart of someone who has suffered a cardiac arrest.
You may be aware of media attention around a confidential employment matter involving Fire and Emergency NZ.
Waitakere Fire Brigade’s new appliance is one of the first in the country to show off Fire and Emergency New Zealand’s new logo. This custom built appliance is a collaborative effort by the Waitakere community and the former Auckland Rural Fire Authority, and took two years to build.
Fire and Emergency New Zealand, the New Zealand Professional Firefighters Union and frontline firefighters are in the process of finalising an agreement that the fixes and enhancements to the MAN Type 3 fire trucks are complete, and can be accepted back into service.