Evolving Capabilities and Advancing Public Safety
Canada’s emergency services are adapting to rapidly changing
conditions in unprecedented times. As the country moves through
the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, it is essential first responders are supported effectively to continue working at the highest level.
To help counter the unknown, it is important strong, collaborative partnerships are formed both internally and externally, new techniques and technologies are implemented, and workers are given the tools they need to help keep the public safe.
Public Sector Network’s Defence, Security and Justice National Insights – Spring Edition virtual event, delivered by experts in their field, will examine how to navigate changes in process and implement emerging technology. Thought leaders will discuss their approach to agency partnerships and maintaining safety and resilience when responding to incidents. It will highlight case studies and provoke conversation to ensure the wellbeing of first responders is a priority and the country remains protected.
Benefits of Attending
A Sneak Peek Of Your Inspiring Speakers
Sergeant, Member eXperience Unit (MXU), Information Technology Division
Edmonton Police Service
Saskatchewan College of Paramedics
Executive National Advisor for Race Based Data Collection
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Deputy Manager, EMS
The Corporation of the County of Lambton
Deputy Chief- Support Services
Central York Fire Services
Paramedic Association of Canada
Director EMS – North, Provincial Community Paramedicine Programs
Saskatchewan Health Authority
Erika Stebbings RN, BSN
Manager Community Paramedicine – Emergency Medical Services
Saskatchewan Health Authority
Deputy Chief, Training & Technology
Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services
Community Advisor, Canada
Public Sector Network
The Technology Enabled Future of Emergency Response
- How is new technology changing emergency response, and how should we change the modus operandi?
- Understand how intelligence-led policing is shaping the future of crime investigation
- Sharing solutions to overcome challenges that arise within our diverse communities
Preparing & Adapting: Building Resilience in the Community and Burlington’s Workforce to Rise Above New Challenges
- The role of modern communication equipment to aid in a faster response
- Deploying cutting-edge technology to curb the threat of devastation
- Improving emergency communication between fire and rescue and the community for better collaborative efforts
- Keeping connected in times of disruption: Looking after the mental health of the workforce
Creating a Culture of Innovation: Methods to Fast Track the Emergency Service Response
- How can we best utilize new technologies during times of public crisis?
- How can we safely utilize data and analytics for insight-based decision making?
- What are some best practices for integrating communications across fire, police, and ambulance departments?
- What is one action item you would like to share with everyone on the line today to help them improve their culture of innovation?
Leveraging Partnerships to Achieve a Greater Outcome, Quickly
- How can we identify the strengths and resources of other organizations that can augment current short falls within our own?
- What tools can we use to help connect emergency service organizations?
- What are some information sharing approaches that have successfully led to preventions?
- How can agency partnerships benefit the entire workforce?
- What are some top tips for future emergency services collaborative partnerships?
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