South Australian Fire and Emergency Services Comission
Safecom - Triple Zero
CFS Website
MFS Website

SES Website

Water Safety

 


Resilient Australia Awards - Extension for Applications

The Resilient Australia Awards have extended the cut-off for submission of Applications. Find out more here.

Corona Virus Updates (COVID-19)

For more information, contact the Coronavirus Health Information line on 1800 020 080 or go to covid-19.sa.gov.au

2020 Emergency Services Technology Expo

In line with Government directives to reduce the impact of COVID-19, the Emergency Services Technology Expo has been postponed. If you wish to receive early notification of the new date please email:
SAFECOM.Emergencymanagement@sa.gov.au

Analysis of South Australia's Fire and Emergency Services

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South Australian Fire and Emergency Services Commission - Joint Executive Charter

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Stronger Together - South Australia's Disaster Resilience Strategy

This strategy provides a foundation for State and local government, businesses, and the non-government and community sectors  to collectively strengthen the resilience of South Australians to survive, adapt and grow, no matter what happens.

Click here to find out more

SA Disaster Resilience Strategy


Alert SA App and website

The Alert SA Mobile App is available to download, providing timely, relevant bushfire information to the South Australian community this bushfire season.

Visit www.alert.sa.gov.au to download the app and find out more information.


This link will take you to the page on the sa.gov.au website dealing with emergencies. The page will open in a new tab or window.


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.

SAFECOM Strategic Plan 2022