Emergency Management NSW (EMNSW) supports the State Emergency Management Committee (SEMC), State Emergency Operations Controller (SEOCon), State Emergency Recovery Controller (SERCon) and the State Rescue Board (SRB) in NSW.
A list of current and previous natural disaster declarations in NSW.
The NSW Police Force provides a range of services designed to ensure a safe NSW.
The Ambulance Service of New South Wales is committed to providing high quality clinical care and health related transport services to over 6.7 million people in NSW.
Emergency first aid advice to help treat a person who is suffering from poisoning.
Find out about emergency alerts and what they mean. If you receive an Emergency Alert and want more information, follow the instructions in the message or find your local emergency service on this website.
Fire & Rescue New South Wales is the NSW government agency responsible for managing fire emergencies in the major cities, metropolitan areas and towns across rural and regional NSW.
Information and contact details for NSW Maritime, responsible for marine safety, regulation of commercial and recreational boating and oversight of port operations in NSW.
The sydneyALERT system is a free "opt-in" service for emergency services to alert Sydney residents to events that could disrupt normal business.
Current weather and warnings for NSW, plus forecasts, radars and past weather information.
The NSW State Emergency Service (SES) is a volunteer-run emergency and rescue service dedicated to assisting the community throughout New South Wales.
Information to protect your family and property from floods.
The National Security Hotline is the single point of contact for the public to report possible signs of terrorism. It also provides information to callers on a wide range of national security matters.
Information, links and contact details to help prepare you for bushfires in NSW.
Current incidents that the NSW Rural Fire Services brigades are attending, updates on major fires and advice on what you can do if fire is in your area or approaching your property.
Information to help you prepare for and cope with storms.
An alert system to help boat owners and rock fishermen in their preparations and planning.
Information, links and contact details to help you during a drought in NSW.
Access to real-time traffic information for NSW road users including road closures, disruptions and special events.
Understand what the NSW counter terrorism arrangements mean for you.
To become a volunteer you need to be aged 16 and over. Some skills you can acquire once you have joined up include: becoming a competent crew member, radio operator, skipper of a rescue vessel, help to fundraise, and enjoy the social life among a friendly team of community service orientated people.
Legislation relating to Counter Terrorism in NSW.
Information for members of the NSW SES Volunteer Association including a discussion forum, photo gallery, activity updates and news that may be of interest to members.
Legislation relating to the State Emergency and Rescue Management Act 1989.
Legislation relating to the State Emergency Service Act 1989 No 164.
Information on how to become a Nipper, Surf Lifesaver or Lifeguard in NSW.
Volunteering opportunities in the NSW emergency services.
Legislation relating to the Workers Compensation (Bush Fire, Emergency and Rescue Services) Act 1987 No 83.