ONLY 3 SEATS LEFT FOR THE EMERGENCY AND RISK MANAGEMENT SEMINAR
There are only 3 seats left for our Emergency and Risk Management Seminar for Long Term Care and Retirement Residences next week, Wednesday, May 14th, at the Hampton Inn by Hilton Toronto Airport Corporate Centre.
Our special speakers include:
Chief Lyle Quan, Waterloo Fire Department, discussing Administrator and owner liabilities, fire standards and code red.
Sgt. Jamie Stirling, OPP Search and Rescue Manager, discussing missing residents and code yellow.
This year our experts are going to focus on:
The lessons learned from this year's ice storm and how they apply to Long Term Care and Retirement Residences
Practical tools for handling a Code Yellow (Missing Resident) situation
Response to a Code Red (Fire) including the Fire Marshall's Evacuation Standards and application
The impacts of severe summer weather and the preparedness strategies that can reduce risks
Register today to ensure you get one of these final seats.
By registering for the full seminar you are automatically registered for a special bonus session in the evening (7-9pm) focusing on Dynamic Staff Training - The Secret of Master Trainers to Take Training From Good to Outstanding.
Registration is only $399 (+HST) and includes the full day of training, bonus evening session, snacks, lunch and parking.
We look forward to seeing you next week!
The owners and Administrator of the Muskoka Heights Retirement
Home were charged and convicted following a fatal fire.
THANK YOU FOR VISITING US!
This past weekend our team participated in the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs Conference and Trade Show. Thank you for stopping by our booth. It was great to have the opportunity to meet so many of you.
For those of you who entered our draw for the full conference pass to the World Conference on Disaster Management we will be making a draw announcement shortly, after we contact the winner.
There is still time to enter our contest for a trip for two to Interschutz in Germany (including airfare and accommodations)
visit http://www.emergencymgt.com/contests.html for more information.
SUCCESSFUL TORNADO EXERCISE
Last week we had the opportunity to work with Fire Chief Randy Howell and the staff at the City of University Park while conducting a tornado exercise. The City's team had great success with the exercise and we commend them for being committed to emergency preparedness. We would encourage every municipality to be prepared for spring/summer storms.
Regardless of location we are here to help.
Give us a call today (705) 719-9007 or toll free: (888) 421-0665
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS WEEK
Team member Victoria Randall is seen here holding our new Multi-Purpose Emergency Device (commonly known as a Frisbee).
Thank you to everyone who submitted suggestions for its uses.
These devices can be used for:
Message delivery - attach message / throw
Water collection and drinking cup
Plate and serving platter
Shovel - ideal for snow, sand, mud and gravel
Hat - sun protection
Signaling device - wave above head
Relationship building - throw between friends
Footwear - tie to feet as sandals, snow shoes
Anemometer - use string to hang in tree
Paddle and bailing device for raft
Pillow / seat cushion
Emergency Preparedness Week is a great time to make sure your home and business are prepared.
Do you have a kit with enough supplies to care for your family for 72 hours?
At your Business:
Is there an Emergency Management Plan and Business Continuity Plan in place?
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