The Emergency Services Volunteer Fuel Card Scheme (the Scheme) is a gift, made possible by the State Government of Western Australia, to support the important work of metropolitan and regional emergency service volunteers and acknowledge their contribution to the WA community.
Under this Scheme, participating brigades, groups and units (BGUs) in the following services will be provided, with a $1,000 fuel card for the 2018/19 financial year.
- Bush Fire Service
- St John Ambulance
- State Emergency Service
- Volunteer Fire and Emergency Services
- Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service
- Volunteer Marine Rescue Services
Funding for the fuel cards in regional WA is supported by the Royalties for Regions.
How can the fuel card be used?
The volunteer officer-in-charge will be responsible for distributing the fuel card amongst actively contributing registered volunteers within the BGU.
The fuel card is restricted to fuel purchases only and can be used for private or recreational use. The fuel card must not be used to purchase fuel for an operational vehicle or vessel.
Talk to your brigade, group or unit leader or sub centre manager about who is your designated Fuel Card holder.
For emergency services volunteers who can access the DFES Volunteer Portal, the name of your fuel card volunteer officer-in-charge for your brigade, group or unit will be available when cards are planned to be sent out mid to late October 2018.
When can I apply for a fuel card?
Participating BGUs from 2017/2018 will automatically receive new fuel cards for the 2018/2019 period. BGUs who did not participate in 2017/2018 will be invited to apply. These applications will be processed individually.
For further information email or call the DFES Fuel Card Administrator
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