Weekly Review: November 14th-20th

—–For those of you wondering how to purchase tickets to our 3rd annual Winter Carnival, please call 1-800-461-5627 and cite that you are with Rescue 7.—–
IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR! Give yourself something to look forward to after the Christmas rush and purchase tickets for the whole family to Rescue 7’s 3rd annual Winter Carnival!

From skiing to horse-drawn sleigh rides to a pub night with live music, this day will have it all. Get the kids out for some fresh air and some family time! Including special rates for accommodation at Horseshoe Resort — so you can make a weekend of it!

All proceeds will go to the Chase McEachern Memorial Fund!


Upcoming Courses To register, call us at 905-474-0770 or click the links below!

Working at Heights (WAH) December 12th, 8:30am-4:30pm, Rescue 7 head office (Markham)*

Working at Heights (WAH) January 20th, 8:30am-4:30pm, Rescue 7 head office (Markham)*


A business owner in Nova Scotia was sentenced to jail time for failing to implement and enforce applicable fall protection rules on work sites.

“The Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education noted the jail sentence imposed against [the accused] is a sign that an increasing focus is being put on repeat offenders and dangerous cases.”

Does your workplace need to be trained in Working at Heights? Rescue 7 is here for you. To register, click here!


R7 team members Steven and Michele were at the Kawartha Lakes Volunteer Fire Fighters Association 2016 tradeshow on November 17th!

For more info: http://www.firetradeshow.ca


Another pleased client! 

Lisa did a wonderful job on our course.  I can’t say enough about her.  She was so good, informative, funny, nice, interesting etc. etc. I will be back in three years for my recert!

—Joanne Hawkins, Hawkins Contracting Services Limited

A fascinating article about drones and defibrillators working together to save lives: If drones could deliver defibrillators faster than ambulances, “thousands of lives could be saved,” said Michael Nolan, director of the paramedic service for Renfrew County, near Ottawa.