Rescue 7 Weekly Review: August 17th-23rd

Unfortunately, summer’s end is around the corner… but we are gearing up for lots of exciting new things coming with the Fall! Stay tuned with each Weekly Review – it may be news you’ve been waiting for!

Firefighters, paramedics and police officers looking to share their knowledge of First Aid and CPR are invited to become members of the Rescue 7 team of trusted and caring instructors. Other candidates may include people seeking to become an Instructor for their workplace or to teach independently.

We’re looking for highly motivated professionals to teach our WSIB approved courses in First Aid and CPR in Ontario. If you are a first responder with a passion for public safety, this part-time work could be a perfect fit.

Our next round of First Aid and CPR instructor courses are on September 18-20, 2015. The course will be held at the Rescue 7 head office on 550 Alden Rd., Unit 206, in Markham, Ont.

Start today … Save a life tomorrow.

For more information contact Ray Chapman at 905-474-0770 (ext 225).

Proof of current Standard First Aid with CPR Level C and AED certificate or higher * It is preferred if applicants to the workshop have experience with advanced first aid or EMT training


A Rescue 7 AED was presented to the Infinity Gymnastics Centre in Barrie, donated by 100 Women Who Care and the Chase McEachern Memorial Fund.

(Left to right): John McEachern of Rescue 7, President of Infinity Gymnastics Corey Inman, Alisha Hogan of 100 Women Who Care, Michelle Pothier of Infinity Gymnastics, and PanAm 2015 silver medallist gymnast Maegen Chant

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Your feedback is what keeps us going! Check out this testimonial from a recent Rescue 7 training course:

“I want to thank Rescue7 for their intensive on-line and in-class group training session that was held on Tuesday, August 18th here in our office. The in-class instructor, Lisa Donnelly, was an excellent trainer. She ensured that each one of the group knew and understood all the important elements of First Aid, CPR and AED during her in-class session. She was approachable, the group were put at ease immediately and were comfortable with her training style. She reinforced the critical elements. As an end result, each person in the group felt confident that they knew what to do as a First Aid Responder for injuries, shock, unconscious person, bleeding, wounds, and other medical emergencies.”
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