Fire Fighting in Canada

Active Threats: Are you prepared?

In this exclusive webinar hear from active shooter experts in the fire and police worlds about emergency services communication/planning, best practices, as well as more on stabilizing the scene.

Join Blue Line, Canadian Security and Fire Fighting in Canada on July 26 at 2 p.m. EST for an exclusive and free webinar on first responders preparing together for active threats.

Presenters include:

• Const. Robert Daniel, the head trainer for RCMP’s tactical training section
• Fire Chief Deryn Rizzi, Vaughan Fire and Rescue
• Deputy Fire Chief Andrew Zvanitajs, Vaughan Fire and Rescue

An active shooter is defined as an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area. The U.S. has experienced a number of devastating events, such as the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting and the Las Vegas tragedy in October 2017, which have received international attention.

Canada has not escaped the threat: the recent van attack in Toronto, the 2014 shooting of a military officer in Ottawa and the 2017 Quebec City mosque shooting are a couple examples of why efficient emergency response to these crisis situations is top of mind.

A lack of preparation can be the difference between life and death. For Canadian first responders, an integrated-rescue system has been one helpful way to prepare for mass-casualty incidents.

Mark your calendars and don’t miss out.

Register HERE now! It’s free!

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