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We care about the lives and well-being of our clients – just as we care about our own families. We care that you are safe at work, home or play.
We also share a strong belief in the benefits of being prepared in case of emergencies (like heart attacks and cardiac arrests). Knowing that Rescue 7 emergency safety equipment and trained first aid personnel are nearby does more than offer peace of mind. It can also save a life.
We’ve made it our mission to help others and we stand with pride behind our commitment to save lives. For more than 15 years, Rescue 7 has built solid client relationships based on our experience, expertise and exemplary customer service.
We are a caring and compassionate company, one trusted to save lives through sales of our trusted AED defibrillators, emergency evacuation chair, event staffing and top-of-the-line CPR and first aid training.
Rescue 7 is the exclusive Canadian distributor of the superb HeartSine Samaritan AED, the most reliable and user-friendly Automated External Defibrillator (AED) on the market. Rescue 7 is also the exclusive North American distributor of the amazing Evacusafe Chair, the world’s most comfortable, easy-to-use emergency evacuation device for the mobility impaired.
On the training front, Rescue 7 is the only national health and safety training company in Canada that offers full service corporate training that makes compliance and program management a seamless and pain free experience. For 15 years, Rescue 7 has delivered end-to-end CPR, AED, first aid and health and safety programs to over 8,000 corporations across Canada and 250,000 participants.
Rescue 7 CEO John Collie, a longtime firefighter in the Toronto area, knew through responding to emergencies that tragedies can be prevented. Too often lives are lost because of inadequate first aid training and a lack of safety equipment in workplaces and community facilities.
John started Rescue 7 in 1998with a simple set of goals: to share his knowledge and expertise on health and safety, to provide people with the best in training and safe, and most importantly to save lives.
The following courses meet the requirements of Health Canada and have been approved by EDSC under the Canada Labour Code Part IV(16):
Our courses meet the requirements of the applicable Workers Compensation laws and regulations as well as the Occupational Health and Safety regulations for: