The Australasian peak body for road rescue

Welcome

The Australasian Road Rescue Organisation (ARRO) is the peak body in Australasia for the development and exchange of information, knowledge and skills in road rescue. Its membership is drawn from the individuals and organisations in the emergency services that assist people at road crashes everyday such as Fire Services, State Emergency Services and Ambulance Services.

ARRO was established as the Australian National Road Accident Rescue Association (ANRARA) in 1996. ANRARA changed its name to ARRO in 2003 to better reflect its position on the World Rescue Organisation. ARRO represents Australasia on the council.

ARRO is a membership based Association, incorporated in Victoria, and relies on the support of members to exist. Members can be individuals, emergency service organisations, as well as corporates with an interest in the rescue industry. ARRO operates as a non-profit organisation under the Associations Incorporation Act (Vic) 1981 and has Rules of Association.

What is ARRO all about?

The answer in 1' 29"!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Teams often have questions about participation in the rescue challenge and about improving on road service delivery. The ARRO Technical Committee has developed these questions and answers to assist rescue teams in identifying best practice in both the challenge and day to day rescue on the road. 

ARC Dubbo 2019 - Just some of the action

ARC Dubbo 2019 - Workshop Highlights

 

World Rescue Challenge - Team Hunter Valley is representing ARRO

ARRO would like to wish our Hunter Valley Rescue Team every success in the 2021 WRO Virtual Challenge.
The team is made up of rescue technicians from both NSW SES and Ambulance NSW.
Thank you for representing ARRO and Australia on the world stage.
 
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Virtual World Rescue Challenge - ARRO President's Welcome

Virtual World Rescue Challenge - ARRO President's Welcome

ARRO President Jeremy Fewtrell AFSM recorded the message below on behalf of ARRO to welcome teams competing in the 2021 Virtual World Rescue Challenge starting today. We are looking forward to watching WRO member teams representing 26 Countries compete in the first ever virtual challenge. 

All teams have finished recording their XVR simulation challenge which will be judged over the next few days. The Human/Drone Trauma Challenge will be broadcast live starting today on the 2021 Virtual World Rescue Challenge website.

ARRO want to wish Team Hunter Valley all the best as they compete live in the Human/Drone Trauma Challenge. 

Head over to the WRO Challenge Website www.worldrescuechallenge.org and register free to watch all XVR Simulation Challenges and the live human/drone trauma challenge.

Click on Jeremy's image to watch the welcome video.

 

Australasian Rescue Challenge 2022


Planning has commenced for ARC22, next year we hope to bring everyone together to compete in rescue challenges that will test their skills, knowledge and teamwork.

The challenge will be held in Regional NSW at the end of July 2022, so start getting your teams together. 

Watch the website for further details which will be announced during December.

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For general enquiries please contact ARRO by email: arro@arro.org.au
or Tel: +61 (0)409 792 002.

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