The SESVA Logo

  • The eight arrows represent five lead combat and three combat roles that SES volunteers are involved in,
  • The outer ring is orange, representing the internationally recognised SES (Civil Defence) colour,
  • The centre circle has a rotating look to represent cyclones, a large component of volunteer work in Western Australia,
  • The red in the centre of the logo represents the life blood of the volunteer spirit and culture,
  • The name of the association became an integral part of the logo saying what and who the organisation represents.
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