MyRFS - a new website specifically for volunteers - provides access to service information and dynamic information from RFS systems allowing volunteers to better manage their brigade activities.
MyRFS - a new website specifically for volunteers - was made available for registration and logon on July 1, 2005.
MyRFS aims to improve information flow to RFS volunteers by giving them access to RFS data and information. It does this through the web, making the information available 24/7.
This valuable data must be managed carefully and securely. The best way to do this is through an extranet which is entirely secure, available only to RFS volunteers. The data is protected by the same level of encryption used by the financial industry.
MyRFS has been built by RFS Information Services using data and content drawn directly from RFS databases. It is managed by the MyRFS team, and provides volunteers with greater access to a wide range of information.
In order to register for MyRFS, volunteers need to obtain three pieces of information from either their Brigade Captain, Brigade Secretary or District Office.
For successful registration Volunteers will need their First and Last Name (as it appears in Firezone), their volunteer number and Brigade Name.
With this information volunteers will be able to register at the MyRFS website at www.myrfs.nsw.gov.au.
During the registration process users will be allocated a unique six character username, and they will be able to choose a password. It's important that user's make a note of the system generated username for future reference.
Once registration is completed volunteers have immediate access to MyRFS. MyRFS is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
For more information or to register, visit www.myrfs.nsw.gov.au.