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.
Firefighters are often asked to give an opinion on the best form of fire protection and detection.There is no doubt a combination of smoke detection and automatic sprinklers is by far the best option.
The UFBA sent a satisfaction survey on 28 November to registered attendees at our 2016 Annual Conference.
Great camaraderie and sportsmanship were on show at the 2017 UFBA Regions 2 and 4 Waterway Challenges
UFBA is the united voice of all brigades. What are we doing to meet our vision? What positive outcomes have we achieved for our members through working in partnership with the FENZ Transition Team?
The National Fire Weather Index (FWI) is more than just a coloured sign on the side of forest roads, it is an invaluable tool in vegetation fire preplanning and incident management
UFBA Leadership and Governance Workshop in October 2016
Following the severe 7.8 magnitude Kaikoura earthquake on 14 November, UFBA members in the quake battered regions of North Canterbury, Marlborough and Wellington responded immediately to meet the needs of their communities.
Message from Chief Executive Officer George Verry
As we head toward the Christmas and New Year break, it is hugely satisfying to reflect on the excellent advocacy and support services the UFBA has delivered to our members over the year.
At last year’s UFBA Conference, Minister Dunne announced the proposed future structure for our fire services. Since then,