CFA volunteers asked to share their views
VICTORIA’S 54,000 CFA volunteers are being encouraged to share their views and influence policy by participating in the annual online Volunteer Welfare and Efficiency Survey.
The survey is managed by the peak body for CFA members, Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria (VFBV), and gives volunteers the opportunity to have their say about key matters impacting on their welfare, efficiency and satisfaction.
The survey results will be analysed and reported by VFBV as anonymous summary data to the Country Fire Authority, Emergency Management Victoria, all Victorian state MPs and other key decision makers.
VFBV CEO Andrew Ford said the recently published results of the 2017 survey had been invaluable in providing information to VFBV and shaping policy, adding that the survey was powerful because it was designed by, and for, CFA volunteers and run by their independent peak body, free from government influence.
VFBV president Nev Jones said the survey gives the VFBV unparalleled confidence as the voice for CFA volunteers.
The 2018 VFBV Volunteer Welfare and Efficiency Survey is open until the end of October and CFA volunteers can register at www.vfbv. com.au or email VFBV at email@example.com.
HAVE YOUR SAY: CFA volunteers are being encouraged to share their views and influence policy by participating in the annual online Volunteer Welfare and Efficiency Survey.