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NSW SES Recognition Morning Tea

By Flagstaff Thursday, 16 Jan 2020

NSW SES Recognition Morning Tea

Today at the Flagstaff Print, Mail & Digital mailing room, NSW SES Commissioner Carlene York and several senior staff were given a tour of our facilities and gifted a framed token of appreciation from Flagstaff CEO Roy Rogers. The State Emergency Service is a valued and varied customer of several Flagstaff divisions, and we wanted to thank the organisation for their long-term partnership.

CEO Roy Rogers commemorates NSW SES partnership

Fine Foods meals are routinely distributed to SES stations throughout NSW and Paper to Paper has provided ongoing secure shredding to the organisation's Wollongong HQ since 2013. However it is Flagstaff Print, Mail & Digital that has the closest relationship with NSW SES. In addition to printing and delivering business cards and training materials across the state, Flagstaff supported employees take particular pride producing and framing certificates and awards for the 9,000+ NSW SES volunteers and staff. Both the Commissioner and our own CEO took the opportunity to thank Laura, Cameron and Chris for their hands-on role in this process, and presented them with their own awards.

 Chris, Laura, Steve and Cameron

Employees with a disability that are integral to the production of these materials for NSW SES will awarded and thanked for their contribution. The Flagstaff Group commends NSW SES for supporting meaningful employment and life choices options to locals living with a disability.

Paper to Paper manager Bernie stated, "SES are a great client and have demonstrated a commitment over many years in supporting The Flagstaff Group."

NSW SES staff pose for photo with Flagstaffers