VICSESVictorian State Emergency Service (Australia volunteer organization)
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Minister for Police and Emergency Services Lisa Neville joined VICSES and Victoria Police to celebrate Wear Orange Wednesday, which is a national day of recognition for SES volunteers.
Minister for Emergency Services James Merlino said Wear Orange Wednesday was the perfect opportunity to say thank you to the VICSES volunteer members, who selflessly don their orange overalls and respond to emergencies such as floods, storms and road rescues.
The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) will support VICSES volunteers by establishing Pit Stops at a number of the states busiest rest spots, providing free coffee, food, family-friendly activities and prizes.
The Labor Government committed a total of $34.3 million in the 2017-18 budget to support VICSES volunteers, as well as fund new buildings, trucks, boats and trailers.
EPAs provision of air monitoring equipment to VICSES strengthens the Andrews Labor Governments ability to respond to incidents that affect air quality, and builds on recommendations from the Hazelwood Mine Fire Inquiry.
Minister for Emergency Services James Merlino today launched the VICSES Community Resilience Strategy at the Warrnambool SES headquarters.
Today is also Wear Orange Wednesday where Victorians are encouraged to don orange clothing as a sign of appreciation for VICSES volunteers who keep communities safe.
Mr Wells said the briefings will include representatives from Emergency Management Victoria, CFA, Department of Environment and Primary Industries, MFB, VICSES, Victoria Police, Department of Health, Department of Human Services and local councils.
There has also been a coordinated response between affected councils, Victoria Police, the Country Fire Authority, VICSES and VicRoads.
Mr Wells said he hoped emergency services personnel from MFB, CFA, VICSES, Victoria Police and Ambulance Victoria would exceed the nearly 400 blood donations they made last year.
Wimmera Catchment Management Authority will manage the project with support from Yarriambiack Shire Council and VicSES.
Wimmera Catchment Management Authority will manage the investigation with support from Yarriambiack Shire Council, Northern Grampians Shire Council, Grampians Wimmera Mallee Water and VicSES.