Physical Competency Assessments (PCAs) are due again and are required to be completed by 30th June. Jeff Shrimpton is coordinating this as per the attached schedule. Senior Station Officer’s will coordinate appliance movements on the day to ensure Area coverage and any operational requirements are met.
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The Operational Leadership Team has banned the use of Robinson Helicopters by Fire and Emergency New Zealand.
Position changes effective 30 April 2018
On Tuesday evening last week, a fire broke out at a recycling plant on State Highway 26 in Kopu.
I would like to acknowledge your good work and pass on our Regional Management Team’s appreciation and thanks for all your efforts over the last week dealing with the effects of the recent storms.
Senior station Officer Gardner has been seconded to the position of AAM for the period of AAM Thornton’s absence. This is expected to be for 6 weeks.
Please see the attached updated Roles and responsibilities chart for Area office staff references.
Applications are also invited from existing North-West Auckland Fire District Firefighters for the following vacancy.
The Region 2 newsletter has been published. Click here to view the newsletter.
R1-047/2018: Area 4 Auckland City - Bi-Annual Physical Competency Assessments (PCA) - Formal Test Dates
Physical Competency Assessments (PCAs) practice runs are nearing completion. The formal assessments are to be completed by 30th June.
Below is the timetable for the formal assessment dates. In attendance will be an Executive Officer and a PFU Representative.
R1-046/2018: Area 3 Waitemata - Recent thefts from Fire and Emergency appliances and auxiliary vehicles
Recent thefts from Fire and Emergency appliances and auxiliary vehicles. In the last six months we have had several items stolen from Fire and Emergency Appliances and mobile display units.