Canadian Bacon! Spartan brings "The Pig" to Canada!

By Spartan Rescue,

Spartan Rescue Inc. and Lonestar Axe L.L.C. are proud to announce Spartan Rescue Inc. is the exclusive Canadian distributor for “The PIG” forcible entry tool.  We believe this 8 lb tool of mass destruction will be the tool of choice for top tier firefighters.  Sign in on our Members Only side to see videos of the PIG in action.  The uses are endless.   Get your PIG today.

For those looking for wholesale pricing please contact us at [email protected] or (905) 325-0408.

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We're on Facebook and Twitter!

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Spartan Rescue Inc. has officially joined Facebook and Twitter.

 

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Join us on both to take advantage of real time training video, photos and free giveaways of great prizes.

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Crane Rescue

By Spartan Rescue,

Congrats to Broccolini Construction for going over and above the norm in demonstrating a commitment to the safety of all employees including crane operators.  Although the weather was extremely harsh and the wind unbearable at times, all staff involved really pushed through.

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Check out the course pictures on our members side under Rope Rescue

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Why Machinery Rescue?

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The Brotherhood Instructors Canada have been busy developing new props and new stations for our Machinery Rescue Technician – Level II class to add to the industry leading Level I class already offered.  In the Spring of 2013, members from Toronto Fire and Emergency Services attended our first Machinery Rescue Technician – Level I course and recently applied the very skills delivered at a residential machinery rescue involving one of the very evolutions used in our Level I course http://firefighterrescues.com/2014/02/15/toronto-fire-extricate-womans-hand-from-meat-grinder/

Congrats to the firefighters form Toronto Fire and Emergency Services on a job well done. Enroll online now for our next open enrollment Machinery Rescue Technician – Level I course while there are still spots available. You don’t want to be caught unprepared when responding to a Machinery Rescue in your area.

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Southwold Forcible Entry

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Special thanks to the Southwold FD for a great day of training. All pictures are now posted under the members section. If you haven’t created an account sign up here. Check out some of the techniques learned in the video posted below.

For information regarding our Forcible Entry Operations – Advanced course please click here.

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Welcome!

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After almost a year of construction, Spartan Rescue Inc. and the Brotherhood Instructors Canada are proud to welcome you to our official website.  The aim of the site is to provide a post course resource for participants to discuss and review skills that tend to diminish over time.  By signing up as a member, you will have access to course pictures, videos and a discussion forum to debate technique, equipment, up-coming courses and past courses with other like-minded professionals.  All members will have access to ‘Member Only Seminars’ that occur periodically in order to test new equipment, test new course concepts, practice skills on a newly acquired training ground or just practice skills.  Although we traditionally have not offered open enrolment courses, 2014 will include a small series of courses aimed at the individual professional looking to expand their knowledge base. To book a private course for your organization please contact us at info@spartanrescue.ca or info@brotherhoodinstructors.ca.

Please feel free to navigate through our site, sign up to create a member account, and visit our blog where we will be writing occasionally on new techniques, equipment reviews or anything else related to what we do.

The larger our community becomes, the safer we will all be doing what we do for a living.  We don’t believe in trade secrets or proprietary knowledge when it comes to safety which is why we created this site in the first place.  Please encourage other like-minded people to come join the discussions in our Discussion Forum.

And finally, if you have any input on how we could improve this resource please let us know.

Thanks for Visiting!

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