Please join us at this exciting learning and best practices sharing event! Enjoy a full breakfast while socializing with industry experts and friends during this continuing professional development seminar.
IFE Canada & GTASPF November 28 - 2012 - Life Safety Trends - Gaps & Best Practices within Security
Cordially invites you to attend a Continuing Professional Development Seminar Wednesday, November 28, 2012 Life Safety Trends, Gaps & Considerations withinyour “Best Practice” Security Management Program Please join us at this exciting learning and best practices sharing event! Enjoy a full buffet breakfast while socializing with industry experts and friends during this continuing professional development seminar. 4.0 CPD Hours This seminar provides recognized credits for all persons in attendance requiring educational hours in order to maintain professional designations.
Buffet Breakfast 7:45 AMDate: November 28, 2012 Time: 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM Non Members $50.00 Members $35.00 The Historic Register directly at: Distillery District http://www.ife.ca/events/ife- “ARCHEO” Building 2012-cpd-schedule Toronto, Ontario, Canada (See Attached Map Below) Additional information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome Speaker(s) Mr. Rick Gaboury, Vice President; IFE Canada Branch, Crisis Communications; Bridging the Life Safety gap between Private & Public First Responders This presentation will review the communications concerns between both arriving municipal fire services, and the private sector first responders. It will review challenges and obstacles currently faced by fire services when interacting with security personnel, during workplace and building crises, and strengthen the partnership and communication abilities that positively impact public and first responder safety. Mr. Norm Clement, Platoon Chief Toronto Fire Services; South Command Centennial College, Instructor Health Hazards & Disease Transmission; Prevention & Response for Security Responders; Risks, Liability and Best Practices Health & Safety when it comes to the “Security” First Responder has long been a gap with limited advancement. This presentation will review the risks for disease transmission for the security officer, and best practices required to protect them, and provide best practice compliances under OHSA for your security program. We will review “Airborne” and “direct” contact disease, cleaning and decontamination of Personal Protection Equipment in the security industry. Mr. Jody Smith; Transit Enforcement Officer Toronto Transit Commission; Transit Enforcement Canadian Red Cross, Certified Instructor
The First Responder; Critical Incident Stress & Mental HealthThis much needed and trending topic is of concern with recent recognitions inthe first responder industry. Security personnel are the "true" first respondersat almost every workplace and facility in Canada. This session will reviewcurrent security program gaps in Prevention, mitigation, response andrecovery for mental health and critical incident stress, including the review ofcurrent and future security program standards, impacts and liabilities.Mr. Vince SavoiaFounder; TEMA Contor FoundationTrainer; Canadian Mental Health Association Active Shooter & HAZMAT Incidents; Public & Private Sector Integration of Planning, Mitigation & Response Tools This timely presentation will provide an overview of recent Active Shooter and suspicious package incidents within Canada. We will discuss, and take a comprehensive look at program gaps & opportunities to positively impact public safety and business continuity, applying standards & best practices, “at risk” persons and Life Safety considerations. At the end of this presentation you will understand the vast benefits to Workplace Violence and OHSA programs, and building bridges between Private sector security and integration with all three (3) emergency services, and their receiving the required, “time-sensitive” information required for effective threat management and response. Jason D. Reid; Co-Chair; Greater Toronto Security Partners Forum National Secretary; Institution of Fire Engineers – Canada Branch Founder & President; National Life Safety Group Innovative Fire Alarm Communications within your Security Management & First Responder Program Imagine a world where your security manager and workplace first responders receive digital communications and immediate notification to your building Fire alarm; Information such as the Device, Location, Type of alarm, trouble, or sprinkler system flow and more…. This session will review innovative technology installed for at the Toronto General Hospital within the Security, Fire & Life Safety Program. Guest Speaker; Pedro António Carvalho President; Azores Regional Civil Protection and Fire Service Connexall Inc.
The Institution of Fire EngineersFounded in 1918, the IFE is a nonprofit making professional body with a rapidly growing membership of over 10,000 and a global reach that extends through 41 branches around the world. We are the only Institution that provides Professional Designationsfor fire engineering. Licensed by the Engineering Council, the IFE upholds professionalstandards within all public and private fire sectors by offering assessment of knowledge, experience and development and engages with major stakeholders to offer international conferences, identify and promote good practice and enhance technical networks worldwide. IFE Canada Branch (previously known as Ontario Branch) was inaugurated on June1, 1994 by the International President at the then Fire Fighters Club in Markham Ontario.Over the years we have expanded our membership base and we now have members in every province of Canada. Our objective; To encourage and improve the science and practice of Fire Extinction, Fire Prevention, Emergency Management, Life Safety, Fire Engineering and all operations and expedients connected therewith, and to give an impulse to ideas likely to be useful in connection with or in relation to such science and practice to the members of the Institution and to the community at large. Greater Toronto Security Partners Forum (GTASPF) The Greater Toronto Area Security Partners’ Forum (GTASPF) is an agile network of various security-related associations, educators, and seasoned professionals within the security, business continuity, emergency management, risk management, fire & life safety, critical infrastructure protection, defence, and intelligence industries. The GTA Security Partners’ Forum is one of several similar forums across Canada and is encompassed within the Canadian Security Partners’ Forum (CSPF). The forums were developed to close the gap and provide a framework where all security-related associations and other stakeholders can increase networking, interaction and knowledge sharing. International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS) The International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety, or IAHSS for short, is the only organization solely dedicated to professionals involved in managing and directing security and safety programs in healthcare institutions. IAHSS is comprised of security, law enforcement and safety individuals dedicated to the protection of healthcare facilities worldwide. IAHSS strives to combine public safety officer training with staff training, policies and technology to achieve the most secure hospital environments possible. Additionally, theIAHSS partners with government agencies and other organizations representing risk managers, emergency managers, engineers, architects, nurses, doctors and other healthcare stakeholders to further patient security and safety.
Seminar Breakfast kindly provided by …The Historic Distillery District