Training & Equipment

CAE USA awarded contract to support space research

A prototype contract from the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory Space Vehicles Directorate’s Simulation & Technology Assessment Branch has been awarded to CAE USA. The prototype is part of an initiative with the Space Technology Advanced Research – Fast-tracking Innovative Software and Hardware or STAR-FISH. [node:read-more:link]

Volatus to provide RPAS training to Moose Cree First Nation

Volatus Aerospace signed an agreement on 27 June 2022 to provide ongoing Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) technical skills training to Moose Cree First Nation members. The training activity will take place in the Moose Cree community and Volatus will mentor to develop critical skills and infrastructure for a robust RPAS business servicing the community. [node:read-more:link]

RCMP reverses embarrassing decision

A decision by the RCMP to terminate contracts with 18 Ukrainians working on a training mission in Kyiv has been reversed only a day after it was disclosed. The original decision to stop their pay March 31 would have left them without income as Russia steps up its assault on the capital. [node:read-more:link]

RCMP want clarity on bodycams

The union representing more than 19,000 RCMP personnel is pressing for clearer guidelines on when body-worn cameras can be turned off. National Police Federation President Brian Sauvé says that while they “contribute to a greater level of context, transparency and accountability for both police and citizens,” there also are “very real privacy issues” to resolve. [node:read-more:link]

Enhance your Security Environment

Effective safety & security requires training and experience – lots of it. A basic understanding of the concepts and training of the emergency management world can be a tremendous asset to the security specialist tasked with emergency planning and response. [node:read-more:link]

Health & Safety Advisory Role

What does a Health & Safety Advisor do Although the Health and Safety industry has been well established for decades, there are still some common misconceptions on what health and safety advisors do, and how their actions affect the workforce. [node:read-more:link]

What Right Looks Like in 2020

Since May 25th, thousands of people of all ethnicities have taken to the streets in multiple cities around the world, as a groundswell movement for real and equal justice for all people began to take hold. Will 2020 finally be the year in which listening turns to hearing, and then to action? Change has indeed begun. Hopefully our leaders will embrace and assist this grassroots progress, but if not, to borrow from General Mattis, we can still do it together. What will you do? [node:read-more:link]

Crowd Management 2020

Toronto Police Service Trainers examine at recent protests from a best practices and crowd management perspective. Updated and consistent training is one part of the solution to change response tactics from aggressive escalation to serving the public right to peaceful protest. [node:read-more:link]


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