Queensland firefighters attend over 8000 road crashes each year.
QFES responds to motor vehicle crashes and uses a range of rescue tools to free trapped people. We also provide assistance to ambulance officers to treat patients at the scene, and restore the scene so that it is safe again.
Road Attitudes and Action Planning (RAAP)
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services’ (QFES) Road Attitudes and Action Planning (RAAP) program is an initiative of operational firefighters. It is designed as a preventative strategy to provide information to young people about road safety so that they can make an informed decision to mitigate risks and consequences by planning ahead.If you are interesting in learning more about this initiative visit the RAAP website or if you want to book a presentation, complete the online enquiry form.
Lights and Sirens
Drivers frequently experience anxiety when in the vicinity of an Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV) responding to an emergency. There are four simple messages for drivers to remember:
- Look and listen
- Stay calm
- Merge left
- Stay alert.
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Emergency Vehicle Priority Project
In order to help emergency vehicles through traffic lights while keeping Queensland drivers safe, the Department of Transport and Main Roads, Public Safety Business Agency and TransMax have created the Emergency Vehicle Priority Project. This is not yet Queensland-wide.
For more information, visit Emergency Vehicle Priority 2014 on YouTube.
Last updated August 2016