In 1970, Hon. ‘Akau’ola, Minister of Police, submitted a report to Government on the Kingdom’s firefighting capabilities, or rather the lack of them. Consequently, in 1972, the Australian Government provided the services with a Fire Officer, Mr. J.K. Mundy, to survey and evaluate existing legislation, water supply, fire equipment and expertise – hence the Mundy Report.
Transfer of Fire Service from Ministry of Works to the Police
Late in 1978 Government decided to transfer responsibility for the fire service from the Ministry of Works to the Police Department, principally on the grounds of the latter’s 24 hour availability and personnel on call. There was only one fire truck in the Kingdom at that time and it was looked after by Niki Latu (Tetea) of Tungua/Fasi.
Operation Tapuhia 25/12/2016 - 4/1/2017
Out and About
Door to Door Service for Community Safety and awareness is now in Fatai. Please be advise all household in Fatai our staffs will visit you for fire safety and prevention. And also West side to be aware our Community Safety Division will continue on their Door to Door service until they reached Ha'atafu.
TFES is pleased to announce a vacancy for Assistant Fire Commander (Human Resources).
Applications can be dropped to our Headquarters between 8.30AM, Monday, 9 July 2018 to 4.30PM, Friday, 20 July 2018.
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As always, we’re looking for driven, adaptable individuals who are up for a challenge – so if this is you, please contact us on (676) 28 738 or email@example.com.