Developing and monitoring national standards.
Reviewing and improving national standards.
Our CQA activities aim to keep specialist responders safe whilst taking calculated risks to improve the clinical outcomes of patients caught within dangerous environments.
NARU works closely with a range of stakeholders and our parent organisation, NHS England, to develop policy which is consistent with that balance of risk.
CQA – central to the structure of NARU
Compliance and Quality Assurance is one of the constituent portfolios of the NARU Central Management Team.
Get the latest updates from NARU
You can download the most recent monthly CQA update for February 2018 here.
Previous CQA Updates
Download previous CQA Updates here:
National Position Statements
Download the latest National Position Statements issued by NARU:
HART Meal Breaks – February 2018
HART MIBS – January 2018
Unmanned Aerial Systems (Drones) – Jan 2018
Unmanned Aerial Systems (Drones) – Repealed – July 2017
CR1 Capability in English Ambulance Trusts – November 2017
NARU maintains several national provisions under its Compliance and Quality Assurance including Service Specifications and the National Safe System of Work.
This CQA Guidance Document provides compressive information on what national provisions are available to service providers and how we maintain them.