Canadian Society of Ambulance Personnel (CSAP), has been Canada’s only EMS organization of prehospital practitioners.
The concept of labour mobilty, as it applies to Paramedicine, was founded in interprovincial agreements
The Paramedic Association of Canada (PAC) introduced the National Occupational Competency Profile for paramedics along with the professional titles
The review process for a new National Occupational Competency Profile for paramedics began
With support from Human Resource Skills Development Canada, several provincial regulators met to establish a national body of paramedic regulators to address national standards within the context of labour mobility.
The Canadian Organization of Paramedic Regulators was established
The Canadian Organization of Paramedic Regulators and the Paramedic Association of Canada to adopt the 2011 National Occupational Competency Profile
For the first time in the field of Paramedicine, there is a national perspective representing Education, Regulation, Operations and Professional Practice
“PAC is committed to leading the profession of paramedicine, through a spirit of collaboration, a commitment to the vision and strong leadership. We will demonstrate honesty, integrity and transparency in our affairs, be accountable to the Chapters, and fairly represent Paramedics with a national focus. We are committed to the Renewal of the National Occupational Competency Profile (NOCP), the development of a National Examination, and the development of a National Registry.”