Communications and the Arts
Since 2000, the ACMA has maintained an emergency services advisory committee to assist the ACMA in performing its telecommunications functions in relation to the emergency call service. Membership of the Emergency Call Service Advisory Committee (ECSAC) is comprised of representatives from government, consumer groups, emergency service organisations, carriers, carriage service providers and the emergency call persons. ECSAC provides advice to the ACMA on a range of operational, performance and priority matters relating to the emergency call service and provides a forum for the exchange of views and discussion.

Further information

  • Type of Body

    E. Statutory Office Holder Offices and Committees

  • Established By / Under

    Act / Regulation

  • Established By/Under More info

    Australian Communications and Media Authority Act, section 58

  • Paid Members?

    No

  • Max No. of Board/Committee Members

    24

  • Classification

    B. Secondary

  • Creation Date

    2 July 2000

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