WIN News came to the ESTA Ballarat triple zero centre to showcase not only the great job our people do but also the great artwork they produce!
When a two-year-old boy was having a severe allergic reaction, his quick thinking grandma called triple zero.
When people think about having to call triple zero in an emergency, most wouldn’t expect to call for a fit and healthy 25-year-old, but this family had to make such a call for their son.
As an ESTA ambulance call-taker and dispatcher, Craig’s role is to provide the critical link between the community and emergency services;- however, besides his usual job, Craig also helps the comm
From the triple zero call to dispatch to the attending paramedics, our emergency services work together to ensure that the Victorian community get the right help as quickly as possible.
As a fire dispatcher for 15 years, Amanda understands what it’s like to help people in need – but for the past eight years, Amanda has been on the other end of the phone line helping people in a di
Alex had collapsed in the middle of the night and his family made the call it never thought they would have to make.
ESTA call-taker, Erica was reunited with a very grateful husband and wife. Erica helped the husband, Greg through a call where Greg’s wife was having a seizure.
Meet our police call-taker and SES dispatcher, Tash. As part of our #Iam000 series, we speak with Tash about the critical service she provides to the community.
ESTA ambulance operator, Eileen, remembers the call she took from a mother whose four-day-old baby was having difficulty breathing and turning blue.