Lunchtime Seminar – Emergency Services Driving

Department for Infrastructure and Transport
83 Pirie Street, Adelaide

Hear about how the SA Ambulance Service is challenging the mentality of emergency services drivers in a presentation from Andrew Hillier.


The SA Chapter of the ACRS is proud to offer this free lunchtime seminar with a light lunch preceding the presentations. With an engaging presentation from the ambulance perspective included, this seminar will be of wide interest.

Kindly hosted by: Department for Infrastructure and Transport, 83 Pirie Street, Adelaide.

ACRS members – free
Non-members – free

About the speaker: Andrew Hillier has been in the Ambulance industry since 1991 and is a registered Paramedic with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). He has worked for SA Ambulance Service (SAAS) since 2000 and previously worked for 9 years in a UK Ambulance Service. He is currently the Manager Operational Driving with responsibility across the State for SA Ambulance driver training, investigating and reviewing driving related matters, development of policy / procedures and driver training programmes. In 2017 Andrew was awarded the Ambulance Service Medal (ASM) in the Australia Day Honours in recognition of the contribution to road safety within SAAS. In 2021 Andrew helped create the Collaboration for Ambulance Driver Development Australasia in an effort to develop some safe standards and increase cross communication in the emergency driving industry.

Further speakers to be confirmed.