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Last Friday, on 25th February 2022, the NFIA hosted the Patron’s Walk for Charity SA Golf Day at the Mount Osmond Golf Club in Adelaide. The event was a massive success with close to 100 attendees, raising money and awareness for the Patron’s Walk for Charity.
It was a fantastic day on the green and a great opportunity to catch up with our South Australian Members and Partners.
An outstanding game was played by all with the victorious RNW Fire taking home the trophy!
As always, thanks to the NFIA Premium Partners for their continued support of the NFIA. It is always a pleasure seeing the friendly faces from FireMate, DIS Fire Systems, Victaulic, Windsor Management Insurance Brokers, Milwaukee Tool, AMPAC and ANTEC.
We would also like to extend our support to the Patron’s Walk for Charity Angel Sponsors – ANTEC, Windsor Management Insurance Brokers, Specialised Fire, Ritera Electrical and Uptick for their generous donations.
Proceeds from the Patron’s Walk will go towards the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) and the Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation (GMRF). QBI and GMRF are two outstanding organisations specialising in brain research and medical research supporting our veterans.
Thank you to all those who donated on the day and congratulations to all our raffle winners!
Special mention also goes to our Event Sponsor, Uptick, and our Hole Sponsors, the NFIA Premium Partners, BKB Pumping Solutions, Augusta Mitsubishi, and Fullhammer. The event could not have happened without their support.
Thanks to our Members who attended the first NFIA NSW Members’ Meeting of the year, which was held last week via Microsoft Teams. Members were introduced to the new NFIA CEO Adrian Shackleton, new NFIA Executive Officer Graeme Geldart and were provided updates on a range of issues.
NFIA Representative, Gordon Stalley, provided Members with an update on the Fire Safety Report published in December 2021 as well as an update on NSW legislative changes.
NSW Members also had the opportunity to meet the interim Fire Industry Training (FiT) CEO, Lucas Blyth, who gave Members an update on the introduction of the UEE in NSW.
More information from the Members’ Meeting will be distributed to Members shortly. If Members have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the NFIA.
Thanks to our Members who attended the first NFIA QLD Members’ Meeting of the year, both in-person and online. The meeting was held at our newly renovated training centre in Beenleigh.
Members had the opportunity to meet the new NFIA CEO, Adrian Shackleton, were provided with information on a wide range of issues and given a guided tour of the new facilities following the meeting.
Documents from the meeting will be circulated to Members shortly.
If Members have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the NFIA.