Sep 24, 2019
Chloe Marshall - Auckland City Fire Area
How safe is your home?

“Is your home’s fire safety something you have ever put much thought into? Our presentation will jump start this thinking and provide you with tips and tricks to help keep you and your family safe from fire. Key fire safety topics that will be covered include; smoke alarms, kitchen fire safety, electrical appliances, speed of fire and escape plans.”


Bex Baddeley - Bio

“I have been a member of the NZ Fire service now Fire and Emergency NZ since 2004. I am a Station Officer in Kumeu where I live with my husband and four fur babies. In addition to volunteering with the Kumeu Brigade I am also the Senior Fire Risk Management Officer for the Auckland City Area. This role consists of community education, building fire safety compliance and fire investigations. I am also the chairperson of our regions Women’s Advisory Network and have an interest in creating a more diverse and inclusive organisation.

Although the fire service has been a large part of my life it hasn’t always been my career, prior to this role I was a vet nurse in a mixed large and small animal clinic.”


Chloe Marshall - Bio

“I grew up in Ohope Beach in the Bay of Plenty and moved to Auckland for University where I attained a Bachelor of Science. Following University I worked for Napier City Council and then the Bay of Plenty Regional Council where I was involved in the Edgecumbe flood response and recovery. In between these jobs I managed to catch a recurring travel bug which has taken me to many places across the globe. Since working for Fire and Emergency as a Fire Risk Management Officer I have been mainly involved with building compliance and public education and was also deployed to Nelson earlier in the year to assist with the Nelson Fires.”