More than a quaint little mining town, Greater Sudbury is actually the largest city in Ontario in terms of land area. The city has 330 lakes within its limits, including the breathtaking Lake Wanapitei. Greater Sudbury provides its 160, 274 residents with enough activities to keep them occupied. Between the lakes and parks, the sprawling wilderness, boutique shopping and fine dining, the city has come a long way from its early beginnings as the place with the big nickel statue. Not that the statue isn’t something to behold, but Greater Sudbury boasts a thriving arts and culture scene, great schools and an interactive science museum. Whether you are the owner of a fine dining establishment in the city’s downtown core, or the CEO of one of the top mining companies in the region you need to be prepared for an emergency.
The Difference Between Safety and Tragedy
When longtime Toronto area firefighter John Collie started Rescue 7 in 1999 he had one goal in mind: To impart the health and safety training he accrued on the job to Canadians to ensure they’re prepared for a crisis. Heart attacks, cardiac arrests, choking – these health emergencies occur without notice and can leave not only the victim incapacitated but those around them too.
Without the proper training and safety devices in place, the aforementioned health situations can escalate quickly becoming the difference between a life saved and a horrible tragedy. Luckily, with Rescue 7 in your corner, you and your employees will learn life saving techniques such as CPR, first aid and airway management.
Emergency Education Programs
Our training programs are certified both provincially and federally. Rescue 7 is the only national health and safety company in Canada that offers end-to-end corporate training. In fact, we’ve helped over 8,000 corporations across the country (that’s 250,000 participants!) learn CPR, first aid and health and safety programs to give them a leg up on any emergency situation that could occur in the workplace.
Furthermore, when we equip your office or community space with life saving devices (AEDs, evacuation machines), we will not leave you to try and understand how they work on your own. It is important for us to show you how to properly operate the equipment so that when faced with a crisis, you do not hesitate to use it and easily save a life.
Industry Leading Equipment
Rescue 7 has gained market exclusivity of the HeartSine Samaritan PAD. As the only Canadian distributor of this Automated External Defibrillator (AED), we can attest to its reliability and ease-of-use.
We’re also the exclusive North American distributor of the Evacusafe Chair. This emergency device was designed for those with limited movement to ensure that mobility impaired individuals remain comfortable during an evacuation.
Contact Rescue 7 to provide first aid training and emergency equipment for your Greater Sudbury business or community centre. Preparedness today equals a life saved tomorrow!