State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers across the State will be better-equipped to help the community prepare for and respond to emergency events with NRMA Insurance announcing it will extend its partnership with the Queensland SES for two more years.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) SES Assistant Commissioner Peter Jeffrey said the support from NRMA Insurance will provide SES volunteers with highly valued equipment and resources that they will use when assisting Queenslanders with storms and other emergencies.
“There are more than 6000 SES volunteers in Queensland who are trained and ready to respond when they’re needed.”
“I would like to thank NRMA Insurance for their ongoing support helping the SES provide these important services to Queenslanders.”
Jacki Johnson, Group Executive People, Performance and Reputation for NRMA Insurance’s parent company IAG, says the insurer is proud to continue its support of the Queensland SES through the partnership.
“Through our principal partnership with the SES we will be investing in helping communities be more prepared for severe weather events, as well as equipping volunteers with the resources and tools to help affected communities get back on their feet faster following disasters.”