Mental health support a must for our MFS

MFS station officer/regional operations co-ordinator Riverland and Central Adrian Puust – holding a ‘first to assist’ card given to people who arrive at the scene of an incident before emergency services – says the MFS has become more aware of post-traumatic stress and other mental health issues. PHOTO: Jeremy Rochow
LOCAL MFS leaders have welcomed a report that reveals firefighters suffer from a number of health and wellbeing issues due to the nature of their work

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Jeremy Rochow

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Jeremy completed a bachelor of Journalism and Writing at the University of South Australia in 2015. He produced Radio Adelaide's breakfast program and wrote for the Australian Ice Hockey League while studying. He grew up in Adelaide before travelling and working in Canada and the United Kingdom for a few years. He is an avid Australian Rules and cricket fan.

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