CANNING SOUTH PERTH

STATE EMERGENCY SERVICE VOLUNTEERS

For State Emergency Service assistance during a storm, cyclone, earthquake, flood or tsunami, call 132 500

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For Police, Fire & Ambulance emergency Assistance, call 000


Current Vacancy

Unit Welfare Officer 


The State Emergency Service (SES) is a volunteer division of the Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES), Western Australia’s leading Hazard Management Agency (HMA) for natural disasters.

SES volunteers play a vital role in responding to natural disasters and emergencies on behalf of the community.

What will SES Volunteers help me with?

  • Assisting with significant structural damage like collapsed roofs or ceilings
  • Making temporary emergency repairs to homes and buildings
  • Removing fallen trees that have damaged homes and cars
  • Sandbagging areas in danger of flooding
  • Pumping out flood water
  • Rescuing trapped or injured people, and helping people relocate if they are in danger

What won’t the SES Volunteers help me with?

  • Clearing debris and organising permanent repairs
  • Attending to broken fences, trees that have fallen on fences or if there is debris around your property or in your pool
  • Basic repairs that you can manage yourself

Find out more about us.


Make your home wintersafe

Click on the image above to download the current storm safe brochure