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132 500 is the number to call if you need the assistance of the State Emergency Service in non-life-threatening emergency situations, during floods and storms. If the situation is life threatening, always call Triple Zero (000). SES Volunteers carry out temporary repairs to help people protect themselves and their property from further damage in extreme weather conditions.

The Queensland State Emergency Service (SES) is a not-for-profit, community, volunteer, emergency service organisation that is enabled by both State and local governments. It shares its highly recognised name with State and Territory State Emergency Service (SES) organisations throughout Australia. With over 5,000 active volunteers, the SES performs a diverse range of functions to respond to local, State and National disasters and emergencies.