How do I contact the SES?
NSW SES State Headquarters can be contacted on (02) 4251 6111 for general enquiries.
What can the SES help with?
Specifically, the service deals with floods, storms and tsunamis, but can also assist in other emergencies, such as vertical rescue and road crash rescues, missing persons searches, and medical evacuations. In other scenarios the SES may provide a support role to other agencies, particularly police and fire.
How do I get SES alerts?
Call the NSW SES on 132 500 if you have experienced damage from storms, wind, hail or a fallen tree and if a tree branch is threatening your property or a person’s safety.
Do SES members get paid?
PAYMENTS NOW AVAILABLE FOR RFS AND SES VOLUNTEERS WHO HAVE SPENT WEEKS KEEPING COMMUNITIES SAFE. Drought-affected primary producers will be able to claim a payment of $200 per day without evidence of income loss. Payments are tax-free and are not means-tested.
Is SES an emergency service?
NSW State Emergency Service (SES) is an emergency and rescue service dedicated to assisting the community. We are a volunteer-based organisation that provides emergency assistance to the people of NSW 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
What do SES volunteers do?
NSW SES is a volunteer-based organisation that works with communities to prepare and respond to severe weather events. We are the lead agency for flood, storm and tsunami in NSW. We manage responses to these emergencies and help communities prepare through planning and education.
Does SES NSW have an app?
The app called Emergency+ can be downloaded to iPhone and Android smartphones and provides users with the ability to directly dial the correct number for help in emergency and non-emergency situations. …
What age can you join SES?
Volunteers can join the NSW SES at ages 16 and 17 but must complete a Parent and Guardian Consent form at the time of joining.
What does SES stand for emergency?
State Emergency Service
About Us. NSW State Emergency Service (SES) is an emergency and rescue service dedicated to assisting the community.
What does SEL stand for?
Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults acquire the knowledge, attitudes, and skills they need to: recognize and manage their emotions; demonstrate caring and concern for others; establish positive relationships; make responsible decisions; and.
Is there an SES plan for Tamworth?
It has been approved by the NSW SES Tamworth Regional Local Controller and the NSW SES Namoi Region Controller as a NSW SES plan and endorsed by the Tamworth Regional Council Local Emergency Management Committee as a sub plan of the Local EMPLAN. 1.3 AREA COVERED BY THE PLAN
Where do I send my amendments to the Tamworth emergency service plan?
AMENDMENT LIST Suggestions for amendments to this plan should be forwarded to: The Tamworth Regional Local Controller NSW State Emergency Service Namoi Region PO Box 465 Gunnedah NSW 2380 Amendments promulgated in the amendments list below have been entered in this plan. Amendment Number Description Updated by Date
What to do when there is an emergency alert in Tamworth?
• Tamworth Local Emergency Management Officer. SES Local Controller to check on the 30 residences and 3 stations at Woolomin and Dungowan townships to: • Advise them of the alert. • Check to numbers to be evacuated. • Check potential evacuation problems. Namoi SES Division Headquarters will advise SES State Headquarters. Amber As above.
How do I get an emergency liaison officer for Tamworth?
The Department of Community Services Tamworth Area Emergency Liaison Officer d. NotifyTamworth Regional Council Local Emergency Management Officerwho in turn will immediately notify all other members of the Tamworth Local Emergency Management Committee and request all emergency services provide a liaison officer to Tamworth SES.