We have a variety of fact sheets answering common questions relating to the establishment of Fire and Emergency New Zealand from 1 July 2017.
You can click on the links below to obtain a copy of each fact sheet.
Read the fact sheet on staffing from Day One of Fire and Emergency New Zealand here.
Local advisory committees and pilots – question and answer sheet
Local advisory committees and pilots – key information
Hear Paul Swain speak about local advisory committees (video 3:55min)
Find out more about the work we’re doing with affected rural fire authorities to make sure Fire and Emergency New Zealand has continued use of response assets from 1 July 2017. Permanent arrangements will be negotiated over the next three years (February 2017).
The Day One Blueprint (870 downloads) conveys the story of what Fire and Emergency New Zealand is expected to look like, and be able to do, from its first day, 1 July 2017 – what must be ready to go, and how it will get there.
The Blueprint is clear that Day One is the beginning – not the end – of the Fire and Emergency New Zealand story. There will still be a lot of work for Fire and Emergency New Zealand and stakeholders to do after 1 July 2017 to create a truly unified fire service for New Zealand.
The following fact sheets have been prepared by the DIA to provide answers to common questions relating to the Government’s decisions relating to the fire services sector.
Follow the URL link below to obtain a copy of each fact sheet. These can be used to distribute to the workforce (paid and volunteer), the community and others who have a relationship with the sector.