Australasian Fire Authorities Council AFAC

The Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC) is a collaborative organisation for public fire services, land management, and emergency service organisations in Australia and New Zealand.


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.

Fire & Emergency Commanders Association (FECA)

Focuses on providing advocacy for our members while continually developing the rank of commander to the highest professional levels in emergency management. Membership is open to operational Area and Assistant…

United Fire Brigades' Association (UFBA)

The UFBA is the national body representing and uniting fire brigades of all kinds throughout the country. In this section, you’ll find out about our rich history, our mission and…

Fire Super

The scheme is an employer-sponsored defined contribution superannuation scheme. It is sponsored by Fire and Emergency New Zealand for some of its employees and has been in existence since 1987.

Firefighters Credit Union

The New Zealand Firefighters Credit Union consists of over 1800 members throughout New Zealand, with over $6 million in total assets. Currently we are the third largest New Zealand Association…

Sports Council

Fire and Emergency NZ Sports Council is here to encourage, promote, foster, and give guidance to sports within the Fire and Emergency New Zealand. All events are open to all…

Rural Professionals Association

The Rural Professionals Association provides a collaborative voice, support and representation for members from the rural fire sector. It provides advice to Fire and Emergency New Zealand and the National…

New Zealand Fire Brigades' Institute of New Zealand

New Zealand Fire Brigades' Institute of New Zealand (Established 1931) The New Zealand Fire Brigades' Institute of New Zealand (NZFBI) encourage technical training through field days among other incentives.