OVER the past 11 years of Victoria State Emergency Services (SES) 152 units have received a boost in operational equipment as part of insurer, AAMI’s ongoing sponsorship of SES.
Throughout their partnership AAMI has contributed over $3.1 million to SES for the purchase of operational equipment which improves the capacity of 5500 volunteers to serve their local communities.
As part of the annual equipment program this year, AAMI provided Bendoc SES Unit with one Chain Sharpener, two Window Punches, one Inspection Camera, two Headlamp Helmets and three MT7 Torches and one Domestic Rescue Kit.
“As technology improves and innovation provides more advanced emergency equipment, AAMI will ensure Victoria SES has access to the best tools for the life saving job they perform,” said AAMI Executive Manager for Sponsorship, John Bennetts.
John Reed from Bendoc SES Unit thanked AAMI for its continued support.
“We are thrilled with AAMI’s contribution and eagerly look forward to the equipment program each year,” said Mr Reed.
“Receiving equipment based on our units specific requirements ensures both our volunteers and the local community get the support where they need it most.”