SES Volunteer's Association of Western Australia Incorporated

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14/03/2024 – SES Awards Nominations closing soon

Nominations for the 2024 WA Fire and Emergency Services (WAFES) Awards CLOSE on 25th March 2024 for the following

State Emergency Service Youth Achievement Award

This award recognises the achievements of a volunteer under the age of 25 who has accomplished significant goals and made a positive impact to the State Emergency Service. 

There are undoubtedly many young SES Volunteers deserving of a nomination for the SES Youth Achievement Award, unfortunately no nominations have been submitted so far.  

Youth Achievement Award Eligibility and Criteria are available on –

Peter Keillor Award  (SES Volunteer of the Year)

This award recognises a dedicated State Emergency Service volunteer who has made an exemplary contribution to the service and community, specifically in the last 12 months.

Peter Keillor Award Eligibility and Criteria are available on –

State Emergency Service Team Achievement Award

This award recognises a team or group of State Emergency Service volunteers who have collectively served the communities of WA and worked together to complete either a project or significant operational response in the past 12 months. 

Team Achievement Award Eligibility and Criteria are available on –

 These awards honour and acknowledge the achievements of volunteers throughout Western Australia who have shown outstanding dedication to duty over the past 12 months.

Whether you’re a fellow volunteer, staff member, or member of the community, any Western Australian can nominate an individual or group for a WAFES Award.

Those who nominate a successful finalist will receive an invitation to the WAFES Awards gala dinner so take this opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate our exceptional people, including career firefighters and DFES staff.