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The Council of Ambulance Authorities (CAA) formally incorporated in December 2002 having operated as an informal grouping of the ambulance services of Australia, New Zealand, and Papua New Guinea since 1962.
To provide leadership for the provision of ambulance services in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
To represent the ambulance industry by:
• Ensuring input into the development of public policies that impact on the provision of ambulance services
• Developing a body of knowledge through research, exchange of information, monitoring and reporting
• Maximising opportunity for the application of standards providing for improved quality
Membership of the CAA includes the principal providers of ambulance services in each State and Territory of Australia and in New Zealand. The Board of the CAA consists of the Chief Executives of each member service. Standing Committee members are selected by member services from the senior executives most suitable for the role of the particular committee.