227 new firefighters set to protect the irreplaceable - Orchard Hills

Published: 17 Nov 2022 10:08pm

The media is invited to attend the graduation of 227 new Fire and Rescue NSW firefighters tomorrow during a special ceremony at the Emergency Services Academy in Sydney’s west.

The 161 men and 66 women have spent up to 14 weeks completing practical and theoretical training for Permanent and On-Call (Retained) roles to protect communities across NSW.
WHEN:   10am TOMORROW (Friday 18 November)
WHERE: Emergency Services Academy (ESA)
                1/5 Distribution Drive, Orchard Hills
WHO:     Fire and Rescue NSW Commissioner
               Paul Baxter QSO
Media note: Please contact FRNSW Media Manager, Shaun Fewings, on 0497 022 868 on arrival for access.

Updated: 30 Jan 2023 09:13pm

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