Message from George Verry, Chief Executive Officer
Fire ventilation is an essential factor in efficient fire control. Yet there are other considerations and recognition of the conditions that determine the success or failure of the operation and the type of ventilation to employ.
The UFBA Waterway season provides brigades with ideal opportunities to train and build on their pump-operating and hose-running skills
The 11th UFBA Leadership and Governance Workshop took place in Wellington from 16-18 March bringing the total number of graduates to 169 personnel around the country.
Great camaraderie and sportsmanship were on show at the 2017 UFBA Regions 2 and 4 Waterway Challenges
A Kiwi team again headed over to Montgomery, Alabama in the United States for the Firefighter Combat Challenge World Finals in October 2016
An engaging address from 95 year old Frank Hardy OBE, QFSM captivated the 400 attendees at the UFBA Conference in Christchurch.
The UFBA Waterway Challenge season is rapidly approaching with four regional events and nationals scheduled from December 2016 – March 2017.
Simon East of Cust Volunteer Fire Brigade is the latest champion in the United Fire Brigades’ Association history books.
Three teams—Geraldine, Rolleston and Rangiora—were sponsored by the UFBA to attend the Australasian Road Rescue Organisation (ARRO) Challenge in Warragul, Victoria from 21-24 July.