Company Standards Update

PUBLIC NOTICE

GRANDFATHERING OLD AND NEW TEST STANDARDS & QUALIFICATIONS

Rescue Canada in September of 2020 began the process of Standards Conformity and Compliance with a variety of standard governing bodies.

Training courses have been undoing amendments and upgrades to include new international standards and best practices.

On January 1, 2021 the new standards will begin to go into effect. These changes will be reflected in the course database management records system in the training courses that needed updating, and program information.

Rescue Canada is working to update various pages on our website over the course of 2021.

Qualifications that were issued nationally and internationally by Rescue Canada prior to December 31, 2020 will be grandfathered in under the 3-year qualification period.

Any qualifications from the previous timeframe will be maintained as current.

New qualifications issued will fall under the quality management system and upgraded standards.

We at Rescue Canada are excited to be integrating new standards, practices, policies, procedures and instructorship requirements to better serve the health and safety of not only our clients but society.

If you have any questions please contact: [email protected]

Document date: December 30, 2020

www.RescueCanada.ca

www.RescueCanada.com

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Posted: April 25, 2021

Author: Shawn A.

About the Company: Rescue Canada Resource Group Inc. is an international legacy company founded by Mr. Jim Lavalley. Jim is an international water safety and rescue society industry leader. He represented Canada in the Olympics under the Bobsled team competition. He co-founded moving water training that is now celebrating around the world by military, fire rescue, lifesaving, rafting, and companies.

Our clients are interested in professional skills for competency and qualification to better serve those in need who depend upon qualified and competent responders. Rescue Canada is an industry leader in Moving Water, Ice Safety, Human Propelled Boats, Power Boats, Helicopter Crew Safety and Rope Access.

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