Our Advantage

Providing skilled resources with our equipment means risk reduction for the operation as a whole.  Our team has valuable training and experience in many aspects of emergency services including  wildland-urban interface, urban, and medical services.  This also includes evacuation, equipment operations, and incident command.

Why is this important?

 

 Safety of the operation.  If needed, our crews can complement your Operations teams and ground crews by providing critical capabilities such as Direct and Indirect attack, Mop-up, protection of the fire service technician/crews, wetting egress routes, and providing protection for valuable equipment assets to name just a few.

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Adherence to professional and safety standards with regular self-improvement training, peer and industry review.

Attention to quality in equipment and apparatus design  including professional engineered solutions with consideration to NFPA and SAE standards.

Our team comprises Professional Drivers, Firefighters, and strong command leadership. 

CANADIAN TRAINING

USA TRAINING

  • NFPA 1001 Firefighter Level I & II

  • NFPA 1051 Wildland Firefighter

  • NFPA 1041 Fire Service Instructor

  • NFPA 472 Haz Mat

  • NFPA 1521 Incident Safety Officer

  • Incident Command

  • S-100 (A) Basic Fire Suppression Annual

  • S-185 Fire Entrapment Avoidance 

  • S-230 Crew Boss (Single Resource) 

  • Class 1 / 3

  • Air Endorsement

  • WHIMIS

  • CPR "C"

  • FMR 

  • S-130 Firefighter Level II

  • RT-130 

  • S-190 Wildland Fire Behaviour

  • S-290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behaviour

  • L180 Human Factors

  • IS700 FEMA NIMS

  • ICS-100 FEMA Incident Command System 

  • ICS-200 for Single Resources

  • S-230 Crew Boss (Single Resource) 

  • S-231 Engine Boss (Single Resource) 

  • WCT (Work Capacity Test) 

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