It’s a new training year for us at Cockburn SES!
We welcome our ‘new’ (again) acting manager Drew! Thanks to deputy manager Allison who has done a magnificent job managing our unit last year and over the break!
Looking forward to a great year ahead!
‘Slow down, move over – new SLOMO laws are now in effect! 🚨Flashing lights on a stationary vehicle means approaching vehicles must slow down, move over (if possible) and pass at 40 kilometres per hour.
Let’s look after those who look after us”.
Courtesy of the Department of Fire and Emergency Services
Watch the YouTube video below
It’s National Red Balloon Day, thankyou to our courageous and dedicated volunteer firies!
An article on one of the recent call outs we went to. A big thank you to the City of Fremantle staff who helped immensely!
Flooding can also be dangerous, stay safe, and stay out of the water. The same night we attended another flooded area with a sewerage leak.Our Volunteers Naomi, Kim and Deputy Manager Allison, helping home owner Anne Roberts.
Photo Courtesy of The Fremantle Herald Newspaper
Read the article at: https://heraldonlinejournal.com/2018/01/19/drain-pains/
On the 20th January, Cockburn SES and the Jandakot Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade went to Bunnings Cockburn Central for the annual Emergency Services Fundraiser.
The day is always a great one with Bunnings firing up the barbie for a big sausage sizzle!
Lots of City of Cockburn locals popped down for lunch, and talked emergency preparedness while the kids practiced what phone numbers to call in an emergency, visited the bouncy castle, and took some SES colouring in! Cockburn SES Volunteer Elesha also met a new friend ‘Stan’ from the SES WA Search Dog Unit who came to visit and support the cause.
Many thanks to Bunnings Cockburn Central for helping to fundraise for the volunteer emergency services!
Planning for all members of the family is important in an emergency.
Visit Fire Chat in the link below, create an evacuation kit including spare medications your pets may need and ensure your pets microchip details are up to date.
Video courtesy of RSPCA WA and DFES
Is your best friend bushfire ready?With summer well underway, the Department of Fire and Emergency Services WA and RSPCA WA are urging Western Australians to include pets in their bushfire survival plans. Check out the video which outlines steps to consider when evacuating with your pets. More info is available here: https://www.rspcawa.asn.au/news/2018-01-03-is-your-best-friend-bushfire-ready
Posted by RSPCA WA on Wednesday, 3 January 2018