Fire and Emergency New Zealand funds annual influenza vaccinations for all paid staff. Nurses contracted to Medpro Healthcare will provide this service as i previous years. Crews are invited to attend cluster stations on the dates and times in the attached schedule.
Use the filters on the right side (at bottom for mobile) to refine your search.
The Waterway Challenge has been an enduring UFBA tradition since it was first introduced back in 1885. It's an opportunity to put hose-running and pump-operating skills to the test in a fun and competitive environment.Competing in teams of two and four, the Volunteer Firefighters took part in a range of exercises designed to demonstrate their professional skills in Mosgiel last weekend.Get an insight into the fascinating and active world of Otago and Southland Waterway Firefighting Competition.
Safety notice on how tyres on trucks, cranes and other heavy vehicles may catch fire under a range of circumstances, with the obvious potential for them to then explode.
Fire and Emergency personnel are invited to submit their application to join the New Zealand Fly-In Team (NZ-FIT) for Civil Defence declarations.
The 2 yearly Medical co-response recertification course (formerly known as First Aid Refresher) for all operational personnel from Areas 3, 4 and 5 will start on the 20th of May.
Expressions of Interest are invited from Senior Station Officers within Waitemata Fire Area who wish to apply for a temporary position of "Assistant Area Manager" until end of June 2019, Waitemata Fire Area.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Vaughan Mackereth to the Area Manager position at Auckland City, Area 4, Region 1. Vaughan will be seconded into this position from 11th February until the tranche of work involving this position has been decided.
This National Notice is an update on the National Safety Notice 042/2018.
Senior Station Officer Bill Pike will be heading to sunny Nelson on secondment as Assistant Area Manager for approximately 6 months. Bill starts in Nelson on 11 February. We wish Bill all the best in this growth opportunity.
Operational considerations at Chemical Suicides
Region One has attended several chemical poisoning suicides over the last five years. These are predominately hydrogen sulphide (H2S) or Helium (He) but may include Cyanide (HCN) poisoning, although the constituent chemicals for HCN are more difficult to obtain.