Sunday, 17 June 2018

Do you want to be known as the fittest and fastest in the protective services industry in the West? Would you like to help Western Australians living with neurological conditions at the same time?

Enter the 2018 Shadforth Financial Group Step Up For MSWA Protective Services Challenge and feel the adrenaline rush as you climb 53 flights, or 1,103 stairs, to the amazing view at the top of Perth’s iconic Central Park building.

You can get a team together OR go solo to enter either our KEEN or EXTREME challenge!

Teams can consist of four to twelve participants. Final team result is the combined time of the fastest four team members.


If you're KEEN. . .Wear the full structural turnout kit*

Or go EXTREME! Wear the full structural turnout kit* plus breathing apparatus - cylinder and mask.

NB:  Note that due to recent changes this year participants in the extreme category will no longer be carrying a full cylinder of compressed air during the stair climb.  Competitors in the extreme category instead will now be wearing decommissioned cylinders (i.e. empty cylinders) and mask during the stair climb event. 

DFES staff - equipment for the Extreme Challenge is limited.  Before registering All DFES staff must contact Ben Rome A/Physical Wellness Coordinator on ph 9395 9849 or email; or Mitchell Sewell, A/Wellness Manager on 9395 9579 or email


If you're KEEN. . .Wear the full operational uniform.

Or go EXTREME! Wear the full operational uniform PLUS EHS Response Bags.

For OHS reasons and limited equipment availability, please email Adam O'Byrne and let him know you are registering for the event -


If you're KEEN. . .Wear the full operational uniform.

Or go EXTREME! Wear extra equipment equal to the weight of 15kg.

Please do not hesitate to contact the MSWA Events Team on (08) 6454 3131 or email us for further information.


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