Emerald Fire Brigade recently organised care packages for members of their brigade as a morale boost and show of support.
Country Fire Authority (CFA) firefighters responded to reports of a rubbish fire at a Bulla tip site at 6.15am on Tuesday, 22 September.
CFA has won the highest number of plasma donations for the 2020 Emergency Services Blood Challenge.
Planning for the 2020/2021 Firefighter Competition season and CFA/VFBV State Firefighter Annual Championships is well underway, with the goal of holding the events early in 2021.
CFA’s Preparing Vulnerable People (PVP) project has launched a new online training module to prepare those at elevated risk of bushfire impacts.
I am excited to announce the launch of a new online training module to prepare those at elevated risk of bushfire impacts.
When Jamie Francis was struggling with his mental health, it was the Melbourne Firefighter Stair Climb that helped give him back a sense of purpose.
Smoke alarms are known to give people the greatest chance of surviving a house fire, even for those with a hearing impairment.
CFA brigades across District 12 have shared in $4.8 million dollars in community donations made during the recent bushfire season.
A veteran across Victoria’s emergency services, Ken Heddle, was recently awarded a 60-year life member medal by Eaglehawk Fire Brigade.
CFA has released new resources to support and welcome our volunteer members and their families following fire services reform.
As regional Victoria begins to experience spring growth of pastures and crops, CFA has issued a warning to farmers to exercise caution with the cutting, baling and storage of hay.
A generous gift from ANZ and ANZ employees will help CFA fund and implement a new Peer Program to support mental health and wellbeing.
Firefighters are being encouraged to step up and embrace a virtual version of a popular fundraising challenge.
Country Fire Authority (CFA) is encouraging its members across North East Victoria to ask their family, friends and colleagues, “are you okay?” ahead of R U OK? Day on Thursday, 10 September 2020.
To mark R U OK? Day today, volunteer firefighter Allan Cracknell recounts the huge efforts of CFA Peers who provided wellbeing support to CFA members during and after last season’s bushfires.
Today is R U OK? Day, a reminder to all of us to take the time to check in with the people around us.
CFA has praised Victorians for registering their burn-offs as thousands more have taken the opportunity to clean up their properties this winter compared to last year.
This year Women’s Health Week is running from 7-11 September and is a great reminder to take time out to check in on your health.
Firefighters from CFA, FFMVic and FRV brought a bushfire at Main Ridge under control this afternoon (7 September) after a historic roadside burn-off flared up in windy conditions.