Today is R U OK? Day, and one year since we launched our new Wellbeing Support Line – one number to access CFA’s member and family support services.
More than 600 firefighters and first responders today climbed 28 floors wearing 25kg of full structural fire fighting gear and breathing apparatus for the annual Melbourne Firefighter Stair Climb (MFSC).
Mental health and wellbeing is a priority for CFA, and we have put our efforts behind ensuring our members and their families have support in this area.
After attending multiple road crashes in a short space of time, CFA Ararat firefighter Jeydon Nancarrow recognised he “didn’t feel right”.
As people prepare their property for the fire season, communities and members need to be aware of protecting themselves from the fungus cryptococcus.
CFA has announced a new helmet for eligible volunteer firefighters with both Breathing Apparatus and Search and Rescue competencies.
New research from the state’s fire and rescue services has found that four out of five Victorians aren’t sleeping safely, with only 16% of people going to sleep under the protection of a smoke alarm in their bedroom.
You’ve been hearing a bit lately about CFA’s commitment to ensuring we are a Child Safe organisation.
A team from Werribee Fire Brigade has taken first place in the inaugural CPR Challenge at this year’s Australasian Road Rescue Organisation Challenge, held in Dubbo from 25-29 July.
If you have ever been impacted by a mental health issue, know that you are not alone. In fact, nearly half of all people in Australia will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime.