Company Overview

Established in 2013, Emergency Australia is an industry leader in education and prehospital emergency care. We provide a comprehensive range of education, simulation, and medical support services, making us an end to end solution for individuals and organisations alike.

Mission Statement

Our mission at Emergency Australia is to educate, prepare, and equip. We are dedicated to building the skills, capabilities and confidence of organisations in austere environments.

Company History

Founded in 2013 by Sean O’Loughlin, Emergency Australia was born out of a vision to bring together veterans and experienced emergency service personnel to provide unparalleled training and medical services across Australia.

Key Services/Products


  • As a registered training organisation (RTO 41448), Emergency Australia offers a diverse range of training packages tailored to the unique operational needs of both organisations and individuals. Our contextualised training programs ensure industry needs are met, providing confidence to meet the challenges of tomorrow.


  • We provide high-fidelity simulations for medical professionals and first responders in both civilian, government and defence sectors. Our simulations are designed to build confidence and capabilities through real-life exposure, ensuring individual and organisational readiness.

Medical Support:

  • Emergency Australia deploys expert medical teams to austere environments across Australia and internationally. Our teams excel in ensuring the safety and rapid extrication of individuals to definitive care.

Awards and Recognition

We are proud to have been recognised for our commitment to veteran employment. Emergency Australia, winner of the Prime Minister’s National Veterans’ Employment Awards, a testament to our dedication to veterans and the focus we have to ensure their skills and experiences are valued by industry.

We look forward to working closely with you and supporting your requirements.

Sean O’Loughlin

Emergency Australia Pty Ltd

RTO 41448