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From July 1 1999, the fire services levy on insurance premiums was replaced with a new broader based emergency services levy on property. Clicking this link will open up a copy of the brochure sent out to all households in South Australia explaining how the ESL works.

The Emergency Services Levy

The Emergency Services Levy is a levy on all real estate and some vehicles for funding emergency services across South Australia so they can continue to save lives and property. The levy came into effect on 1 July, 1999. For more information, clicking here will take you to the page that explains the Emergency Services Levy in detail.

South Australian Fire and Emergency Services Strategic Plan 2015 - 2025

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SA Emergency Services Strategic Plan 2015-2025 

Strategy 2025 Update

Functional Support for the Emergency Services Sector PPT

Functional Support (short version)


Drive 25 Past

From 1 September 2014 when you see a stationary emergency vehicle with red or blue flashing lights, you must slow down to 25km/h.  Whether it's an ambulance, MFS, CFS, SES or police vehicle, it's your responsibility to protect those that are protecting you and others in the community.

For More Information, please click onto Drive 25

Connecting with Emergency Services

South Australian Fire and Emergency Services Commission (SAFECOM), are pleased to announce the recent completion of a project looking at improving the accessibility of emergency services information and emergency services to deaf, hearing and speech impaired persons in South Australia.

For more information click here.

Emergency information accessibility for deaf, speech and hearing impaired persons

SAFECOM is currently undertaking a project focussed on enhancing accessibility of deaf, hearing and speech impaired persons to emergency services and emergency information.

For more information click here

Emergency Services Guideline for Risk Managing Fatigue 

Consultation is completed regarding the Approved Code of Practice for working hours. The Code recognises the significant risk excessive working hours poses to the health, safety and welfare of South Australian employees, volunteers and their families. Frontline emergency services employees and volunteers were highlighted and new guidelines have been developed to assist emergency service providers. You can click here to see a copy of the guideline and click here to see a copy of FLAWS an accompanying resource.

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