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We responded to 125,583 incidents in 2021-22. The incidents displayed below are note-worthy incidents that have been published as media releases or tweets. Details about incidents may change and should not be used as emergency information and/or advice.
Minister for Emergency Services Media Release.. Read more about Ryde Fire Station opened as NSW Government invests in future fire stations.
A futuristic-looking new fire station to service and protect the state’s far north coast has been formally opened today at Kingscliff... Read more about The future of fire stations is here! Station 347 Kingscliff.
Connected Firefighter is a NSW Government funded initiative and a commitment made in direct response to the 2019-20 Bushfire Inquiry that delivers the latest communications information technologies. .. Read more about Connected Firefighter Program.
When our crews roll out the doors of our fire stations, their trucks will now acknowledge the Aboriginal Nation names of the land on which we work, alongside the geographical location. The agency-wide roll out is an important step towards greater recognition of our cultural history and respect for the traditional owners of land on which we operate each and every day. .. Read more about Aboriginal Nation naming on our fleet.
The Clean Firefighter, Clean Appliance and Clean Buildings project is transforming traditional firefighting by rolling out world-class decontamination procedures, new fire station designs and new uniforms to better protect our firefighters and our communities, from exposure to dangerous carcinogens... Read more about A cleaner future for firefighters.
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