If you’re looking for resources, ideas and tips about how to attract new volunteers, take a look at the new Volunteer Attraction Toolkit.
From deployments to North America to remembering the firefighters of 9/11 and stressing the importance of smoke alarms and detectors, there’s been a lot going on this month. Here’s some of the great stories which have been in the media showing the fantastic work we’ve been doing here at Fire Emergency NZ.
Nearly 100 firefighters returned from the North American deployments over the weekend of September 8-9, after spending the best part of seven weeks away from their families.
A new batch of challenges is now live on Beacon, our online ideas platform.
Check out our second update on the deployment to California this year!
Here is your first update on how our crews are doing over in California.
“Never before have we had such an excellent resource to advise on where to get support if we or our partners need it,” says Claire Steer, whose husband Darron has volunteered with Pauanui Volunteer Fire Brigade for more than 20 years.
The West Coast is trialling an area-wide approach to recruiting more volunteers that will see 27 stations from Karamea to Haast holding open nights at the same time on the same day – from 6pm on 23 August.
Congratulations to this quarter’s recipients of the New Zealand Fire Brigades’ Long Service and Good Conduct Award.
The latest update on the Availability Messaging System (AMS) project which is aimed at delivering a nationwide system to assist in our response to fire and emergencies.