SI Combat Challenge. Christchurch Airport 20 March 2021.
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Special international guest Dr Denis Oneail, former Deputy Director of the U.S. Fire Administration and Jersey City firefighter, talks about change in the sector.
Special international guest Alasdair Hay CBE, QFSM, first Chief Fire Officer of Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, talks about the challenges of uniting eight individual Scottish services.
Keynote guest speaker Sam Johnson, founder of NZ's Student Volunteer Army, talks about empowering people to take action. UFBA Conference 2019, Horncastle Arena, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Photographs © Wayne Logan. 23 January 2021. 23 teams. Thanks to hosts Morrinsville VFB.
Introduce yourself to services and benefits; Service honours, Challenge events, Workshops, Individual advocacy, Benevolent Fund, ACC top-up scheme, Sector advocacy, PLUS volunteer opportunities.
Featuring Richie Smith, Russell Anderson, Warren Maslin, Daryl Sayer, Brenda Pilott, Kevin Ihaka, Tom Thomson, James Walker, Jason Prendergast, Mike Allen and Alan Cockburn.
Hear from Canadian firefighter and Native Peoples' liaison Garrett Ugray as he recounts on his experiences fighting fires across global terrains and his time as star of a Canadian TV documentary.
Bronnie Mackintosh is an Australian firefighter and regional trainer well known for her inspiration TEDx talk on the benefits of diversity within brigades.
Former NSW Fire Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons discusses the multi-agency response to the unprecedented fire season in Australia over the summer of 2019-2020.
Featuring Topp Twins, Hon, Peter Dunne, SVA's Sam Johnson, Scottish Brigades' Alasdair Hays and US Fire Administrator Dr Denis Oneial.
While the South Island event saw flooding just 3 weeks earlier, Carterton was in the grip of a local drought requiring water to be brought in from outside the area. Photos © UFBA/Nick Cottrell.
Our popular combat challenge events offer unparalleled opportunity to compete, push yourself and strive for the mana of the coveted Lion's Den.
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