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When you become a volunteer with the N.S.W. Rural Fire Service you will undertake an initial safety induction, designed to help you identify potential hazards in your volunteer workplace and familiarise you with Service procedures and settings.Having completed your Safety Induction, you will then undergo training in Bush Firefighting or Bushfire Support.


These courses normally run over approximately 30 hours and are delivered at a District, Team or Zone level.Having gained one of these qualifications, you may then undertake further training matched to the type of duties you are looking to undertake.


Seahampton Rural Fire Brigade has vacancies for new members, particularly for people who live in the township of Seahampton or West Wallsend.



Click below to download a brochure on becoming a NSW RFS Volunteer and the Application Form.

Return all completed forms to the Brigade you wish to join or the local Fire Control Centre



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