Found 7 Safety & Emergency Services volunteering opportunities in 6450

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  1. Emergency Support Communcations Van Operator

    During a large emergency such as a large fire the Emergency Services operate a communications van to assist in the operations if away from the town area. Volunteers operate this van with a variety of roles.

    Id:4481
    Emergency Response
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA
  2. Fire & Emergency Volunteer

    Fire fighting, ambulance, sea rescue, first aid, emergency, CPR

    Id:4973
    Emergency Response
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA
  3. Volunteer Ambulance Officers

    To train up and be available for call outs as required. Trainings days/times are flexible, and volunteers need to be willing to do some online study. One-on-one training sessions to suit volunteer can be arranged. There are various Volunteer Ambulance Officer levels - level one training equates to 2 full days of training, plus an 8 hour driving course, all of which is broken down into modules. Volunteers start by observing experienced officers, then progressively increase involvement.

    Id:4730
    Emergency Response
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA
  4. Communication Van Officer

    The Esperance Emergency Support Unit needs suitably qualified/experienced volunteers to operate the radio in the support van, logging all communications, and keeping a diary of all calls on radio.

    Id:4335
    Emergency Response
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA
  5. Volunteer Bush Fire worker

    To help fight bush fires.

    Id:4450
    Emergency Response
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA
  6. SES - Esperance

    There is a three month probation period during which induction is undertaken. A formal induction book is provided which covers organisational & local

    Id:5065
    Emergency Response
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA
  7. SES Volunteer

    To train in areas of search and rescue in order to assist the community in specific emergency situations. SES volunteers attend training and meetings at least twice a month at the co-location facility in Brazier street. Volunteers may be asked to help with people searches, floods, storm damage and other areas during emergency situations.

    Id:65569
    Emergency Response
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA