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Hi from Kalgoorlie
Following a trip to the Goldfields, I participated in a Kalgoorlie SES Unit Training night on Tuesday 10 May. The unit is fortunate to have their very own accredited First Aid Trainer as part of their team, so a night of First Aid basics enabled some great revision and learning with some great participant interactions. A couple of members were planning a WOW Day lunch, the following day,,,, dressed in orange.
The unit has just fitted HEMA 7 GPS's to their vehicles. From my experience, these will be a great asset to the SES Volunteers in the remote areas surrounding Kalgoorlie. HEMA GPS's have street maps and Topo maps insatlled as standard.
Thanks for Kalgoorlie SES Volunteers hospitality for the evening.
Phillip Petersen ESM
SE Region SESVA Representative
The team from Kalgoorlie SES
The Presidents May 2016 Newsletter
This month Gordon writes about a number of items including future Scholarships for Emergency Management Volunteers, the NSESVA National Board and the Waroona Bushfire Enquiry. He also outlines the WoW day and support from the FES Commissioner as well as a brief overview of the Bayswater SES Roof Safety Training Facility.
The Volunteers conference, the SES Awards night and SES specific brochures also get a mention
To see the full details please read on ====>160510 Presidents Newsletter May 2016 Final V3.pdf
By Bernie McNamara ESM
Bernie has taken the time to document some very interesting comments and information on the history of the SES in WA. Please take the time to read the material which I sure you will find very interesting.
Read the full story - SES History By Bernie McNamara ESM.pdf