Notice first posted 1 September 2020
Many of you would be aware that we are currently investigating two separate allegations from two volunteer firefighters involving the UFBA Chief Executive.
For rural brigades moving from FRFANZ to UFBA awards you can find further information below and
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There was a tremendous response to our call for a group of interested members to put forward a submission on behalf of the membership to Fire and Emergency’s Aerial Appliance Strategy.
On 17 July 2020 Fire and Emergency NZ issued an instruction to operational personnel regarding traffic management at incidents.
The UFBA is committed to supporting all brigade members with access to support for mental wellbeing. There are a number of ways to access support and all are free to brigade members. At the moment you may need support with:
Following the introduction of the new Constitution passed by members, the UFBA is putting into place a new modernised policy around the role of the Technical Panel and Challenges Committee.
There are vacancies for member representatives on two Fire and Emergency working groups as Glenn Williams, Immediate Past President, CFO Te Puke Fire Brigade has recently resigned.
We're pleased to offer members a better online experience as we now have an updated and refreshed website.
Latest update (November 2020):
Megan Rodden - currently providing Service honours support - will be overseeing the ongoing roll out and development of the Pathways project on a part-time basis.
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