With 276,165 residents, the southernmost city in Canada has a five kilometre waterfront, a gorgeous sculpture park and a suspension bridge that links it to its next-door neighbour Detroit.
Windsor is also steeped in history. During Prohibition, it was a major source for liquor to be smuggled into the United States. How very nice of the good people of Windsor to supply our neighbours to the south with a much needed cocktail. What about your business? No, you’re not smuggling liquor across the border but are you nice to your employees? Besides offering them fair wages and a clean working environment, you will also need to provide them with health and safety training to prepare them for an emergency.
Rescue 7 is Canada’s only national health and training company that provides full-service corporate training for first aid, CPR, and other health and safety programs. We have worked with over 8,000 corporations to ensure that their staff are prepared in the event of an emergency such as heart attack, cardiac arrest, choking and other airway blockages.
Our end-to-end programs have seen 250,000 participants all of whom are ready should a crisis occur. Providing federal and provincial certified emergency education to our clients is an important part of what makes Rescue 7 an industry leader. The other large part of our business is equipping our clients’ offices with emergency devices.
Equipment that Saves Lives
We maintain market exclusivity as the Canadian distributor of the HeartSine Samaritan PAD. This Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is user-friendly and reliable. Furthermore, Rescue 7 is the sole North American distributor of the Evacusafe Chair. This chair is specifically designed with the mobility impaired in mind to ensure they are evacuated safely and comfortably during an emergency situation.
What sets us apart from other health and safety companies is that we know how important it is to not only provide our clients with emergency devices but to also show them how to use the equipment. We will not leave you with an AED and wish you good luck. We will ensure that the parties in charge of the equipment in your office know exactly what it does, how it does it and how to use it. This facet is what equals the difference between saving a life and tragedy.
15 Years of Preparing Canadians
When longtime Toronto are firefighter John Collie started the company in 1999, he wanted to pass on the health and safety training he’d received from many years on the job. His goal with Rescue 7 was to impart first aid training to companies and community centres across Ontario – and the rest of the country – to ensure that everyone is prepared for an emergency. In the last 15 years, Mr. Collie has seen his training and knowledge passed on to organizations big and small. There’s no reason that any Canadian business shouldn’t be prepared for an emergency and Rescue 7 is making sure no company is left out of the best CPR and first aid training available.
Whether you run a multi-national auto corporation in the heart of Windsor or a small mom-and-pop outfit in the suburbs, contact Rescue 7 today so we can prepare your company for a safer tomorrow.