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"He's got a strong sense of social justice and he’s as truthful as the day is long.”
"Remain vigilant, and stay away from large trees as they can fall without warning”
"Remain vigilant and be safe"
"Now is the time to prepare."
"Their dedication and commitment speaks for itself."
VICSES is aware that Victorians have received phone calls asking for donations on behalf of VICSES for a calendar. It's important to note that VICSES does not seek donations via phone.
Without the support of their employers, our volunteers would not be able to do what they do.
In emergency management, it’s more important than ever to work together.
The Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) has had the busiest week in the history of the service, with over 9,000 requests for assistance across the state as VICSES responded to wild weather and riverine flooding, which caused significant damage.
It has been a historic week for the Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES), with over 9,300 requests for assistance across the state with almost three-quarters of those requests from Central, North East and East regions.
"I felt really lucky this year because there were a lot of people who had been going for all the years before."
Dozens of Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) personnel have now been deployed to Western Australia.
On Tuesday 16 March the launch of the AAMI Equipment Handover Program was held at VICSES Moe Unit, celebrating the final year of the program and the donation of thousands of dollars worth of equipment for VICSES units across the state.
Driver Reviver and road safety: VICSES member rescued by fellow volunteers in serious road crash rescue
To help promote this year’s Driver Reviver campaign and road safety over the long weekend holiday, VICSES Pakenham Unit member Andre Ackaoui shares his story of how his fellow VICSES volunteers saved his life after a serious road collision.
One of Victoria State Emergency Service's (VICSES') longest-running units will soon see a brand new home, thanks to a large government grant.