Latest news from VICSES

Media representatives can contact the VICSES Media Line on 1300 783 933 between the hours of 6am and 10pm, seven days a week.

During large-scale emergencies, the VICSES Media Line will be available 24 hours. You can also contact the VICSES media team via email at media@ses.vic.gov.au

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Latest News

Published 11/10/2021
"A car collided with a fire hydrant, before colliding with a building, resulting in its structural collapse."
Published 08/10/2021
"Our volunteers will be using the technology in their community engagement programs."
Published 08/10/2021
This week the Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) was recognised as part of the 2021 Victorian Resilient Australia Awards, announced as the winners across two award categories including Government and Photography.
It is a dark and rainy night. Two VICSES volunteers dressed in orange and safety harnesses are undertaking Safe Working from Heights training.
Published 04/10/2021
Between volunteering with VICSES and working as a full-time primary school teacher, life’s pretty busy for Monash Unit Officer...
David, wearing a blue shirt and glasses, standing on the Crown Riverwalk in Melbourne, arms crossed and smiling, blue sky, in front of a big picture of himself dressed in his orange VICSES volunteer uniform.
Published 30/09/2021
"This addition brings the total number of VICSES accredited road rescue provider units to a whopping 104 across the State."
Published 29/09/2021
"Emergency markers mean we don’t have to explore all of the tracks to find and assist hikers.” 
Published 27/09/2021
"It was a priority job and, I felt, hard to ignore.”
Published 23/09/2021
“All of us at the Nillumbik unit wish the young boy a speedy recovery, so he can continue to enjoy his school holidays.”
Published 23/09/2021
“With high winds expected over the weekend we would encourage people not to park under trees, as they may be compromised.”