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SES volunteers come from all walks of life and there are many roles that an SES volunteer can participate in, regardless of age, gender or ability.


Alpine Safety

During the month of July the NSW SES is highlighting the importance particularly for holiday-makers travelling to alpine areas


Latest News

Flickr Announcement

10:46AM AEST / 22 August 2014

Corporate Communications are pleased to announce the launch of the NSW SES Flickr page. Flickr is a photo and video hosting website and provides a way for the public, media, other agencies to quickly access SES images.... » more

Severe Weather - Afternoon Update

2:11PM AEST / 19 August 2014

The NSW SES volunteers have been in the field today attending to jobs. 1120 calls have now been received and the 563 volunteers that have attended jobs should be congratulated on an extremely high completion rate.... » more

Morning Update Severe Weather

7:40AM AEST / 19 August 2014

Cancellation of Severe Weather Warning for people in the Metropolitan, Hunter, Illawarra and South Coast forecast districts... » more

Afternoon Severe Weather Wrap-up

5:58PM AEST / 18 August 2014

The NSW SES has now received 760 calls for help, following damaging winds and heavy rain along the south and central coasts.... » more

Severe Weather Afternoon Update

1:36PM AEST / 18 August 2014

The NSW SES is continuing to respond to damage caused by strong winds and heavy rain with the Metropolitan and Illawarra the worst affected areas. Over 500 calls for assistance have now been received. The majority of the calls received by the SES are for leaking roofs or for fallen trees and branches.... » more

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