Rescue 7 Weekly Review: June 22nd-28th

As of this past week, all those involved in Early Childhood Education are required to be certified in Standard First Aid with CPR – a rule to be implemented in August 2015. Are you a child care supervisor, employee or home child care provider? See the report below for official information and more details. To see the official report, click here:…/what-parents-need-to… (Bottom of page 5) Interested in a training course with Rescue 7? Call 905.474.0770 for more information!

On June 23rd, 2015, The Maitland Air Cadet Association and Goderich Legion hosted a great reception dinner for the Canadian Forces Snowbirds, SkyHawks, and CF-18 Demonstration Teams. Rescue 7 was honoured to be partners with the Dave Mounsey Foundation, who donated a HeartSine Samaritan AED to the Snowbirds.


This week, the Pan Am torch and the protective Rescue 7 defibrillator found their way to Winnipeg, Milton, Oakville, Brampton, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Aurora, King City, Newmarket, East Gwillumbury, Bradford, Georgina, Whitchurch-Stouffville, Markham and Montreal. Markham is the home of Rescue 7, so CEO John Collie got to join in on the celebrations and make sure the R7 defibrillator was up and running smoothly. Though hopefully no one will need it, it was a pleasure for the Rescue 7 team to see their contributions to the Pan Am torch relay in person. Below are John and some of the OPP officers who have kept the torch trail safe – (from left to right) F.D. (Franco) Pittui, Jason Cooke and John Dowson.


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