About the Motorcycle Advisory Council
MSAC’s role is to make sure ACC spends the levy on initiatives that will make riding on New Zealand roads safer and to align with the Motorcycle Safety Strategy.
The Motorcycle Safety Advisory Council (MSAC) was established in 2011 by the then Minister for ACC. The Council operates independently from ACC.
It’s MSAC’s vision to make sure motorcycling increasingly becomes a safe travel choice. They do this by focusing on the Motorcycle Safety Strategy’s key focus areas:
The Council’s role is to provide independent assurance to the Minister of ACC (or Associate Minister) that ACC is effectively investing the Motorcycle Safety levy.
MSAC has up to eight members, including a Chair and Deputy Chair appointed by the Minister for ACC. MSAC’s assurance role requires them to provide the Minister with confidence that ACC:
MSAC’s Terms of Reference outlines the Council’s purpose, role, activities, membership, skills, and support and reporting mechanisms.