Role statement - St John Ambulance Australia (Victoria)

St John Ambulance Victoria is a charity in the Australian community working for the Service of Humanity, and exists to help those who are in sickness, distress, suffering or danger. With over 2,500 volunteers and an extensive network of vehicles, equipment, branches and facilities, St John Amvbulance is well placed to provide emergency support to the Victorian community.

 

Activity

Critical task alignment / activity source

Mitigation

 

Improve community readiness through the marketing of appropriate and cost effective first aid equipment and servicing

1.2, 1.4, 2.1

   

Provide onsite consultations with workplaces and community groups to include first aid component within first aid management plans for the prevention of injuries

1.2, 1.4, 1.6, 3.2

   

Promotion and provision of community first aid training through public education in schools, workplaces and to the public

2.1, 4.5, 6.3

   

Provide advice to event organisers with the planning of first aid and medical service delivery at local and major events

4.5, 4.6

   

Response (including Relief)

 

Provide response and resources to other emergency service agencies and public, e.g. Mobile first aid vehicles, first aid/first responder trained teams, medical assistance teams and provides standalone communication system all supported by a self-sufficient logistics operation

14.2, 14.4, 14.7

   

Provide response and resources within the scope of the first aid sub-plan to the SHERP, e.g. Mobile first aid vehicles, first aid/first responder trained teams, medical assistance teams and provides standalone communication system all supported by a self-sufficient logistics operation

14.2, 14.4, 14.7

   

Provide first aid and medical services support to community within the scope of SHERP

14.2, 15.2

   

Provision of community transport services

14.5, 15.2

   

Support agency for the provision of first aid and medical services to other emergency service agencies and public

3.2, 14.2, 14.7

   

Support for AV and DHHS with first aid and medical services within the scope of the SHERP

3.2, 14.2, 14.7

   

Support of AV through the provision of non-emergency patient transport as a licenced operator

3.2, 14.5

   

Recovery

 

For recovery activities, refer directly to the agency for further information.

 
   

Assurance and Learning

 

For assurance and learning activities, refer directly to the agency for further information.