Being physically active every day is great for our bodies and minds and today's message is from SFF Sean Stocker from Lookout Point Station.
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Ensure all personnel take care when operating appliance bay doors.
Being curious and seeking out new experiences positively stimulates the brain.Setting goals, being open to new ideas and continuing to learn throughout life helps boost wellbeing and build resilience.Today's message is from Rural Firefighter Jan Carter from Hampden Voluntary Rural Fire Brigade.
Paying more attention to the present moment, to thoughts and feelings and to the world around us can boost our wellbeing.Today's message is from Senior Firefighter Kris Kennett from Lookout Point Station and his beautiful daughter Sophie.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW).
Giving make us feel good.Carrying out acts of kindness, whether small or large, can increase happiness, life satisfaction and general sense of wellbeing.Here is the video message from Volunteer Firefighter Jude Patterson from Lawrence Brigade.
Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) Day 1 - Connect, Me Whakawhanaunga
Fire and Emergency ID cards are not compulsory for volunteer firefighters, but all volunteers are eligible and can obtain an ID Card to show they are part of Fire and Emergency.
Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) starts today!
R1-093/2019: Area 3 Waitemata Area 4 Auckland City Area 5 Counties-Manukau - Station Vacancies across Area’s 3, 4, & 5
The following vacancies exist for existing Officers and Firefighters wishing to transfer across area’s 3, 4, and 5.