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Welcome to the State Emergency Service Tasmania 

The SES provides a volunteer response capability for severe storms and floods, road crash rescue, search and rescue/recovery and a range of other general rescue and community support roles. 

In addition the SES provides whole of government advice and executive support to the State Emergency Management Committee and Regional Emergency Management Planning Groups.  It also takes the lead with much of the State's emergency management planning and emergency risk management work.

This website provides information on the history of the SES, public safety, emergency management plans and much more. 

There is also information about the SES Units and how to become an SES volunteer. 

The State Emergency Service is a Division of the Department of Police and Emergency Management (DPEM).

Many of the documents accessed from this website are in PDF format and need Acrobat Reader in order to download them.  If you would prefer to obtain a hardcopy of any document please contact us.

 

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SES Gazette Summer 2011

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SES Business Plan 2011-2012

Volunteer Satisfaction Survey Results

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Become a SES Volunteer.  Find out more here.

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