Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards 2017

KEY DATES

Nominations Open: 10 April 2017

Awards Presentation Dinner: 4 August 2017

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Welcome to the Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards

The Rotary New South Wales Emergency Services Community Awards are an initiative of the Rotary Districts & Clubs of NSW. In keeping with Rotary’s motto of “Service Above Self”, the objectives of the awards are to:

  1. Acknowledge and celebrate selfless Community Service of NSW Emergency Services Personnel
  2. Support Australian Rotary Health, PhD Scholarship Research into Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Emergency Services Personnel

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Fire & Rescue NSW – http://www.fire.nsw.gov.au
Marine Rescue NSW – http://www.marinerescuensw.com.au
NSW Ambulance – http://www.ambulance.nsw.gov.au
NSW Rural Fire Service – http://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au
NSW State Emergency Service – http://www.ses.nsw.gov.au
NSW Volunteer Rescue Association – http://www.rescue.org.au

Key Dates

Nominations Open – 10 April 2017

Finalists Announced – 30 May 2017

Awards Presentation Dinner – 4 August 2017

 

Join Rotary on Friday 4th August 2017 at the Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards in acknowledging and celebrating outstanding Community Service of NSW Emergency Service Members.  

Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards with NSW Ambulance in Forster-Tuncurry.

Congratulation to Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards 2017 Finalist STEVEN MARTYN of NSW Ambulance
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Steven Martyn has been an ambulance officer for 36 years, performing duty through a slice of history. His duties have included the Richmond Base Bicentennial Airshow and Navy medical team for the Sydney Harbour Bi-Centenary celebrations. He has served the mid-north coast by helping with the introduction of IT technology and has organised training for paramedics and medical professionals to discuss Advanced Care Directives and End of Life Plans. Beyond that, Steve has cared for his colleagues. For 10 years he has been a peer support officer. That included an occasion when a staff member lost an infant, and for staff after a colleague committed suicide. He has also volunteered his time to support the Salvation Army and Ronald McDonald House.

Join Steven in celebrating this significant award by attending the Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards Presentation Dinner on Friday, 4 August 2017 at Bankstown Sports Club. Visit : www.rotaryescawards.org.au/awards-presentation-dinner/ to learn more. Please like our page and share with your friends, colleagues and family!
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Congratulation to Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards  2017 Finalist STEVEN MARTYN of NSW Ambulance
#NSWAMBULANCE

Steven Martyn has been an ambulance officer for 36 years, performing duty through a slice of history. His duties have included the Richmond Base Bicentennial Airshow and Navy medical team for the Sydney Harbour Bi-Centenary celebrations. He has served the mid-north coast by helping with the introduction of IT technology and has organised training for paramedics and medical professionals to discuss Advanced Care Directives and End of Life Plans. Beyond that, Steve has cared for his colleagues. For 10 years he has been a peer support officer. That included an occasion when a staff member lost an infant, and for staff after a colleague committed suicide. He has also volunteered his time to support the Salvation Army and Ronald McDonald House.

Join Steven in celebrating this significant award by attending the Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards  Presentation Dinner on Friday, 4 August 2017 at Bankstown Sports Club. Visit : http://www.rotaryescawards.org.au/awards-presentation-dinner/  to learn more. Please like our page and share with your friends, colleagues and family!

Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards at Marine Rescue Central Coast.

Congratulations to Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards finalist ALBERT MORRIS of Marine Rescue NSW
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Albert Morris has been an active member of Marine Rescue Services since 1989. He has gone out many times as skipper on local rescues and has also worked tirelessly both to support the service and keep proper records. Al has been the instigator of a number of fund-raising exercises, necessary to upgrade equipment and maintain the running of the Point Clare unit. He then became the Unit Commander and later the unit statistics officer. His skills were more widely recognised and he became the Statistics Officer for NSW, bringing NSW records into the 21st century by transferring all the information from paper to digital form. Al is a popular member and is looked up to as a mentor by the less experienced unit officers.

Join Albert in celebrating this significant award by attending the Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards Presentation Dinner on Friday, 4 August 2017 at Bankstown Sports Club. Visit : www.rotaryescawards.org.au/awards-presentation-dinner/ to learn more. Please like our page and share with your friends, colleagues and family!
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Congratulations to Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards finalist ALBERT MORRIS of Marine Rescue NSW
#MarineRescueNSW  

Albert Morris has been an active member of Marine Rescue Services since 1989.  He has gone out many times as skipper on local rescues and has also worked tirelessly both to support the service and keep proper records. Al has been the instigator of a number of fund-raising exercises, necessary to upgrade equipment and maintain the running of the Point Clare unit. He then became the Unit Commander and later the unit statistics officer. His skills were more widely recognised and he became the Statistics Officer for NSW, bringing NSW records into the 21st century by transferring all the information from paper to digital form. Al is a popular member and is looked up to as a mentor by the less experienced unit officers.  

Join Albert in celebrating this significant award by attending the Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards Presentation Dinner on Friday, 4 August 2017 at Bankstown Sports Club. Visit : http://www.rotaryescawards.org.au/awards-presentation-dinner/  to learn more. Please like our page and share with your friends, colleagues and family!