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The National Fire Authority 2020- 2025 Strategic Plan (“the plan”) summarizes the strategies and commitments to realize the vision of “resilient communities with effective emergency services”.

The plan is reflective of the progress the NFA has made so far, and as before, aligns the NFA’s priorities to the Fiji Government’s National Development Plan goals. The plan has four strategic goals.

  • Strategic Goal 1, Safety and Prevention, shifts the focus to proactive prevention, preparedness and emergency recovery through a range of key activities including improving community education, compliance with building codes and the like.
  • Strategic Goal 2, Exceptional Fire and Emergency Services, focusses on improving the response to fires and other emergencies to reduce the impact to life, property, and the environment.
  • Strategic Goal 3, NFA Sustainability, frames the plan to

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The role of National Fire Authority’s services has broadened significantly from its traditional role of firefighting to emergency services. The quality of our response to fires and emergencies determines the impact of the emergency event to life, property and the environment. The NFA recognizes the need to continually enhance its service delivery model to meet the growing expectations of Government and the Fijian public. 

 The essential services provided by the National Fire Authority no longer just involves firefighting but they are also skilled in :

  • Responding to road accident rescue operations
  • Hazardous materials response and rescue operations
  • Flood and swift water rescue operations
  • Providing emergency ambulance services and first aid assistance and
  • Carrying out urban search rescues operations.

The NFA also provides fire training in a number of areas for businesses and private industries. There are a


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The National Fire Authority (NFA) was established by Government to take effect from 1st February 1995 when it assumed responsibility to provide a national fire service. NFA took over the fire service, which was then operated by the Board of Fire Commissioners of Suva and the Municipal Councils.

NFA has since evolved over the years from its informal beginnings to a nation-wide emergency service organization, providing a diverse range of risk reduction and fire suppression services to minimize the impact of fires and other life threatening emergencies in the community.

NFA is wholly committed to prevention, preparedness, response and recovery phases of emergency situations.

In exercising its powers under the National Fire Service Act, the NFA’s responsibilities include:

  • The corporate governance of the NFA including the establishment of sub-committees
  • Administration and operations of the national fire services
  • Establishing

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E-mail E-mail correspondence sent to this site may be retained as required by law. Your name and address will not be added to a mailing list, nor will we disclose these details to any one without your consent unless required by law. E-mail messages may be monitored for system trouble shooting and maintenance. 

E-mail is an insecure method of communicating which can be interrupted by third parties.

Established by virtue of the National Fire Service Act, 1994 the National Fire Authority assumed responsibilities to provide fire services for the entire nation of Fiji in February 1995.


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3312 877/3312 145/
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