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HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER
To be eligible to join City of Wanneroo Fire Service, we ask that you attend brigade monthly meetings and complete a 12 week induction program. This program includes attending training, maintenance and other specific induction events.
At your first meeting, the Brigade Recruitment Officer will explain the membership details, roles and responsibilities. Before becoming an active member, all eligible recruits will then undergo a medical examination and police check (this cost will be paid by the City of Wanneroo Fire Service).
Once you have fulfilled these requirements, you will be ready to go on the next available fire fighter recruitment course.
Before applying, you should seriously consider whether or not you are up to the challenge. We attend fires throughout the year, including public holidays, Christmas Day etc., and face physically and emotionally demanding situations. City of Wanneroo Fire Service advises that you discuss joining a volunteer fire brigade with your family prior to making a commitment to the fire service.
WHICH BRIGADE DO I JOIN?
If you reside in Banksia Grove, Beldon, Carramar, Connolly, Currambine, Edgewater, Heathridge, Hocking, Iluka, Joondalup, Kallaroo, Mullaloo, Ocean Reef, Sinagra, Tapping, Wanneroo or Woodvale you are eligible for membership in the Wanneroo Bush Fire Brigade.
QUINNS ROCKS BRIGADE
If you reside in Butler, Clarkson, Jindalee, Merriwa, Mindarie, Nowergup, Quinns Rocks or Ridgewood you are eligible for membership in the Quinns Rocks Bush Fire Brigade.
TWO ROCKS BRIGADE
If you reside in Two Rocks or Yanchep, you are eligible for membership in the Two Rocks Bush Fire Brigade.
FIRE SUPPORT BRIGADE
If you reside in any of the aforementioned areas, you are eligible for membership in the Fire Support Brigade.
After your basic training, you will be issued with your own Personal Protective Equipment, and become an active member of the Brigade.
Meetings: As an active member we would ask that you continue to attend the monthly Brigade meetings.
Rostering and Call outs to Incidents: You will be rostered on for one (1) weekday, from 6pm till 6am following morning, or one (1) weekend, 6pm Friday till 6pm Sunday, per month during the Fire Season. Members are required to be on station/depot for departure to an incident within 15 minutes of a pager call.
Maintenance: The brigade holds maintenance sessions for each weekly shift on station, Crews will conduct full maintenance checks and inventory on all Brigade appliances, firefighting equipment and station facilities.
Training: The brigade holds training sessions for each weekly shift on station. All members are required to complete a minimum of six training sessions in a 12 month period in order for the Brigade to meet its duty of care requirements and for members to keep up to date and informed with operational policies and procedures.
The City of Wanneroo Fire Services has a very active social club. Events and activities, such as the Christmas function, are held every year. All Brigade members are welcome to attend Social Club events.
Details about Social Club events are also provided at Brigade meetings.
Thank you for your interest in joining one of our Volunteer Bush Fire Brigades.