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  • The Council
    of Ambulance Authorities

    The Council of Ambulance Authorities is the peak body for the Australian, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea ambulance sector.
    About CAA
  • The Council
    of Ambulance Authorities

    The CAA was set up in 1962 with the aim to provide ambulance service CEOs a networking opportunity and chance to discuss issues, learnings and achievements current to the pre-hospital industry.
    About CAA
  • The Council
    of Ambulance Authorities

    Members’ services collective knowledge and expertise provides a sound foundation to explore opportunities for improvement and innovation and to advocate on the sector’s behalf in key areas.
    About CAA

 

 

The Council of Ambulance Authorities

The Council of Ambulance Authorities is the peak body for the Australian, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea ambulance sectors and works tirelessly to collaborate on ambulance and pre-hospital issues of metropolitan, regional, national and international significance.

The CAA was set up in 1962 with the aim to provide ambulance service CEOs a networking opportunity to discuss issues, learnings and achievements current to the pre-hospital industry.

Member services collective knowledge and expertise provides a sound foundation to explore opportunities for improvement and innovation and to advocate on the sector’s behalf in key areas.

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Acknowledgement of Country

The Council of Ambulance Authorities acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we meet and work, and all Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ continuing connection to land, place, waters and community. We pay our respects to their cultures, country and elders past present and emerging.

The Council of Ambulance Authorities recognises the unique role of Māori as Tangata Whenua and embraces Te Tiriti o Waitangi recognising Māori as tino rangitiratanga  of Aotearoa/New Zealand while embracing the three guiding principles of the Treaty – Partnership Participation and Protection. We will endeavour to implement bicultural policies and practices that incorporate and value Māori cultural concepts, values and practices.

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CAA's new industry magazine created to give us the opportunity to share with you the many wonderful and groundbreaking news and programs from across the Australasian ambulance sector.

 

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