Warm, old CFA black woollen jackets donated by CFA members continue to be given a new life to help those in need during Victoria’s cold winter months.
CFA firefighters have reminded communities to ensure they have working smoke alarms in their homes following a kitchen fire in Langwarrin on Tuesday, 21 July.
Statement from CFA Acting CEO Catherine Greaves: The Minister for Police and Emergency Services has announced that Greg Wilson has been appointed Chair of the CFA Board, effective from today.
Firefighters were called to extinguish two piles of mulch that had caught fire on Old Melbourne Road in Maryvale at around 8am on Monday, 20 July.
Just one in 10 Victorian households has their smoke alarms in the recommended location, putting themselves at risk of serious injury or death.
The Inclusion and Fairness team has launched a new module called Cultural Inclusion on the CFA Learning Hub.
Everyone’s working remotely environment is different. Some are juggling working at home with the kids while others in share houses are battling for bandwidth and space on the kitchen table with their housemates.
A safety upgrade purchased with money donated to the Kallista-The Patch Fire Brigade has been put to use within a week of being installed.
Four house fires and a large rubbish dump fire have kept the crew of the Bayswater Fire Brigade’s Breathing Apparatus Van on their toes.
Following the implementation of the fire services reform, I have reflected on the journey undertaken to get us to this important milestone.
As the Emergency Services Blood Challenge hits the half way mark, CFA and Victoria Police and neck and neck for the win.
As National Diabetes Week 2020 continues we took the time to speak with Broadford Brigade Member Gaybrielle Burgess on her experience with type 2 diabetes.
A mix of experience working at both volunteer-only and integrated brigades has helped Michael Corzelius successfully step into his newly elected role as Captain of the Pakenham Fire Brigade*.
Firefighters were confronted with a small car fire caused by a rodent’s nest in Ferny Creek on Sunday, 12 July.
A new CFA elearning package will equip members with vital knowledge to safety drive and operate CFA vehicles.
This Week CFA is celebrating National Diabetes Week by speaking with Mansfield 3rd Lieutenant Alex White.
I’d like to start by conveying my sincere thanks to Chief Officer Steve Warrington and for his leadership in the organisation not just over the last four years but over a career that’s spanned 42 years both as a volunteer and as a career firefighter.
Firstly, I’d like to thank everyone who has provided feedback and support since I commenced as Acting CEO during what has been a challenging time for the organisation.
CFA firefighters were called to support a rope rescue operation at Toomuc Creek, near Princes Highway in Pakenham at 11am on Wednesday, 8 July 2020.
Caroline Springs Fire Brigade has elected Craig Freshwater as its first Captain in 18 years.