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Use this page to decide if a situation you are involved in is, or could be seen as, a conflict of interest, and to declare it if necessary.
Use these steps when a brigade or station wishes to operate a canteen for the sale, supply and consumption of alcohol at a fire station.
Follow this process when you want to hire a contractor. This may be needed to cover a vacancy until a permanent appointment can be made...
Anne Barry, or Annie as she likes to be known, joined the NZ Fire Service in 1975 and went on to become the Commonwealth’s first female professional firefighter in 1981.
Friday 11 May 2018, 24 of our people from across five regions attended the close out event of Fire and Emergency New Zealand’s Officer Career Board.
Legislation relating to the formation of Fire and Emergency NZ - the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Act 2017.
In November last year, a joint Fire and Emergency New Zealand and New Zealand Professional Firefighters Union (NZPFU) Auckland task force was established to look at the barriers to ensuring sustainable staffing levels in Auckland and propose practical solutions for addressing these.
Career Boards were first introduced in 2011 to help us ensure a ready supply of future leaders.
The Research Steering Group (RSG) provides governance and oversight of Fire and Emergency NZ’s research activities.
Fire and Emergency New Zealand is empowered to achieve or fulfill a number of objectives and functions. It is also given express statutory powers to do various things, under the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Act 2017 and other legislation.
A list of acronyms and abbreviations used by operational personnel.
Links to brigade rules, policy, role descriptions, meeting templates, canteen information and the volunteer dashboard
Links to the support programmes, e.g. CIPPS and counselling, and how to report safety, health and wellbeing events
Follow these steps when you have a vacancy to fill for a Deputy Chief Fire Officer (DCFO) or Chief Fire Officer (CFO) volunteer position.
The purpose of the Region 2 Operations Team is to ensure the operational capability and capacity of Fire Region 2 is deploy-able and maintained to the standard required by the National Commander and National Manager Rural
The formation of Fire and Emergency New Zealand represents a once in a generation opportunity to enable New Zealand to have a fit for purpose 21st century fire and emergency organisation that is flexible, adaptable and efficient.
The Public Service Association is New Zealand's largest union, representing nearly 62,000 workers in central government, state-owned enterprises, local councils, health boards and community groups.
Contact numbers for Ngā Tai Ki Te Puku: including Areas 6-10.