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Found 71 volunteer opportunities with Safety & Emergency Services, in Western Australia WA

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Event First Aider

  • Location: Belmont WA
  • Category: Emergency Response

Rock concerts and sporting events for free! You've seen them at every event you've ever been to, the St John' Ambulance Team. Well now is your chance to be part of that team. We'll train you so you can develop your skills so please consider this fantastic opportunity.

Neighbours Unite Champion & Safety for Seniors Volunteer

  • Location: Rockingham WA
  • Category: Community Services

Neighbours Unite - receive regular emails with community safety information and events and communicate to local neighbourhood. Host community BBQ or events for neighbours in their street (optional) .Attend quarterly Neighbours Unite Champion meetings and promote Neighbours Unite. Safety for Seniors - Regular rostered timeslots to make phone calls to vulnerable or isolated seniors in Rockingham region to maintain contact and pass on relevant safety information.

Fire Management support

  • Location: Middle Swan WA
  • Category: Emergency Response

Calling all locals with "Swan" knowledge - we need you to become a member of a bushfire brigade to provide support to management teams fighting large fires. Crews are deployed to a control point located at a safe distance from a bushfire.

Cadet First Aider

  • Location: Belmont WA
  • Category: Health

Participate with fellow volunteers and provide first aid at community events, with St John Event Health Services in Western Australia. Please note, Cadet First Aiders must be 16 or 17 years old and as such parent or guardian permission is required at the time of application.

St John Ambulance Volunteer

  • Location: Perth WA
  • Category: Health

Be part of something meaningful! Become a Volunteer today with St John Ambulance. By volunteering with St John Ambulance you’ll be part of the bigger picture that is changing people’s lives, and the first life that is changed is yours!

Volunteer Crosswalk Attendant

  • Location: Atwell WA
  • Category: Community Services

To attend location 15 mins before and 15 mins after school opening and closing times (morning and afternoon pickup/drop offs), using flags or lollipops to stop traffic in order to maintain a safe passage home for pedestrians and students within our school community.

Traffic Warden

  • Location: Palmyra WA
  • Category: Education & Training

Palmyra Primary School are seeking the services of a traffic warden for Marmion Street, Palmyra to help students cross safely to school before and after school.

Committee Members

  • Location: Booragoon WA
  • Category: Community Services

Would you like to create welcoming, friendly, safe and secure communities? If so, we’d love you to be part of the City of Melville Neighbourhood Watch Committee. The City of Melville NHW program is run by a dynamic group of local volunteers who work together to create welcoming, friendly, safe and secure neighbourhoods. Neighbourhood Watch is a good way to start conversations in your community and build safe, strong, caring, connected and happy communities!

Outreach and Recovery Volunteer

  • Location: Dunsborough WA, Rottnest Island WA
  • Category: Drug & Alcohol Services

Support young people through outreach activities during leavers week 19th-22nd November, at Rottnest and South West locations. Provide recovery support to assist young people who are intoxicated and need support to sober up.

SES Emergency Response

  • Location: Greenfields WA
  • Category: Emergency Response

When a natural disaster strikes or an emergency situation arises, DFES’s State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers can be found providing a wide range of volunteer services to help the community cope from the impact a disaster. This involves providing emergency repairs on buildings, to restoration of essential services and ferrying cargo and passengers across flood waters. Helping the community to recover by responding to natural disasters is only part of SES’ responsibility.

SES Volunteers

  • Location: Pinjarra WA
  • Category: Emergency Response

While the primary role of the SES is to respond to incidents involving floods and storms, it also provides crucial support and assistance to other emergency service organisations. SES is open to men and women with a reasonable degree of physical fitness and a passion to get involved within their community. When a natural disaster strikes or an emergency situation arises, DFES’s SES volunteers can be found providing a wide range of volunteer services to help the community.

Event Traffic Controllers/General Help

  • Location: Mandurah WA
  • Category: Sport

This cycling club organises bike related events such as group rides and racing. In this position you will be using Stop/Slow bats to control traffic and help with the erection and take-down of tents. Full training will be provided.

Emergency Services Volunteer - BFB

  • Location: Mandurah WA
  • Category: Emergency Response

Not all of the volunteer work with the Bush Fire Brigade involves active fire containment or rescue activities. DFES provides training for fire education programs that involve volunteers visiting schools, service groups, seniors' homes and local businesses to promote safety messages. Other various roles of the BFB include administration and equipment maintenance.

Radio Monitor

  • Location: Geraldton WA
  • Category: Emergency Response

Join the team of local volunteers who monitor and operate the Marine Radio for sea rescues. Full training and ongoing support is required. If you have limited mobility and/or are in a wheelchair, the Geraldton Volunteer Marine Sea Rescue Group has a building to accommodate you, with a lift up to the second floor as well as wide doorways, low wall switches and easy to reach IT systems where you will look over one of WA's most beautiful beaches and man the systems

Community Transport Volunteer

  • Location: Belmont WA
  • Category: Health

Are you free during the week to drive people to and from appointments and provide a reassuring smile and friendly conversation? Rebekah says, “You get far more out of it than you put in. Not only do you get immense pleasure by making such a difference to people who need it the most, but it really expands your own horizons and self-worth. Quite simply, being a Community Transport Volunteer makes me feel good.”