Community Action Team Volunteers
Community Action Teams provide smaller communities and groups with an opportunity to volunteer with the NSW SES. Volunteers use their existing skills and experience, and some basic training provided by the NSW SES to help prepare their community and keep people safe during severe weather events.
Community Action Teams provide a variety of roles depending on the requirements of the local community, but may be involved in protecting properties from flooding, using community networks to share important information, undertaking damage assessments and supporting other residents following a major weather event.
Do you have a specialised skill that the NSW SES could use? We’re also forming Community Action Teams based on specific functions – such as information and communications technology, media and mapping.
The small town of Uki in Northern NSW can become isolated during periods of flooding. The local community has formed a Community Action Team and undertaken some basic training to ensure they can keep safe once the floodwaters cut access to the town.
How do I get involved?
The first step is to complete an expression of interest to commence the process with our volunteering recruitment team. We will be in touch shortly to discuss how we can work together.
Hear from a Community Action Team volunteer
The Uranquinty Community Safety Group is a Community Action Team near Wagga Wagga.