John Mangrum, treasurer and firefighter from Anakie Fire Brigade, swam his way to four gold and one silver at the recent World Police and Fire Games in Chengdu, China.
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.
The Red25 Emergency Services Blood Challenge may be complete for 2019 – but the squeeze on our blood supply isn’t over, and we need to keep giving.
As people prepare their property for the fire season, communities and members need to be aware of protecting themselves from the fungus cryptococcus.
There was no shortage of shiny red trucks, lights and sirens - or awards - at AFAC19, which was attended by over 3000 emergency services personnel last week.
CFA people are encouraged to show their support on Friday 30 August for Wear it Purple, to celebrate the diversity across the organisation.
R U OK? Day is on Thursday 12 September, and CFA is encouraging everyone to get involved.
After 22 years, a new Brigade Management Manual has been launched.
The 2019 Volunteer Welfare and Efficiency Survey, an initiative of Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria (VFBV), is now open to all CFA volunteers.
The Knox Teenage Road Information Program (TRIP) was initiated following a road accident that was responded to by Dandenong Crash Rescue, where five teens lost their lives. On 7 August 2019, over 520 teens and family members registered to take part in the program.