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WIRES Head Office Contacts

WRO member line - (02) 8977 3309 wro@wires.org.au

Jessica Birrell - WRO Manager- jessica.birrell@wires.org.au

Member availability - lynelle@wires.org.au


  INTRANET SUPPORT

- Membership enquiries please send to members@wires.org.au

- Login info and getting started plus any technical difficulties - contact Lynelle O'Bryan  on (02) 8977 3394 or Lynelle@wires.org.au


WIRES xMatters New Rescue System

We have recently implemented a new rescue communications system with the 20 branches working with the WRO (WIRES Rescue Office).

All rescuers can set up a user account, following the instructions below & you can login to the system and edit your availability and the devices you are contacted on at any time.

If you have an Apple or Android smartphone and you are a WIRES rescuer you can also download the free WIRES/xMatters app that is ONLY for WIRES volunteer rescuers. The app is the best option for rescue communication where possible as it's free for the WRO to send the messages & free for volunteers to reply to the messages (and you can add comments when you reply).

Download the user account set up & app install document and follow all the steps in the document. 

Download the availability and device set-up instructions document and follow all the steps in the document. 

Download the instructions for setting up your computer dashboard and follow all the instructions in the document. The xMatters website address is https://wires.au1.xmatters.com.au 

Once you have set up a user account for your computer on xMatters you can login via the xMatters website to see ‘live rescue data’ showing any/all outstanding rescues for your branch at that point in time. 

Please contact support@wires.org.au with any questions on the rescue system.


Late Member Renewals for 2014-2015

Late membership renewal fees now apply.

Please refer to your WIRES ID card and if the expiry is 31st March 2014, you will need to renew for 2014-15 or for three years to 2017.

Emails were sent to all those who needed to renew their membership this year. If you did not receive an email and your WIRES ID card shows an expiry date of 31st March 2014 please contact members@wires.org.au with your correct email address.

Follow this link to renew your WIRES membership via our online payment system.

If you prefer to renew your membership by mail please follow this link.