The public safety, emergency management event organized by the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CADSI).
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FrontLine Safety & Security 2015: ISSUE 3
The new mandate letter signals political will to prioritize the icebreaker capability.
The ‘security’ and ‘public safety’ sectors differ in some ways and overlap in others. Synergies can be magnified to create an integrated national security strategy.
Fulfilling the duty of care imposed by common law and legislation is an imperative.
It’s time for a rejuvenated strategy for Search and Rescue that includes members of the First Nations.
CADSI President Christyn Cianfarani talks of new and interesting changes we can expect at Securetech this year.
Research at the National Research Council facilities promises enhanced tools for the first responders of tomorrow.
A look at why conference events are so good for intelligence gathering, and how best to capitalize on opportunities.
Unmanned systems have the potential to extend first responders’ capabilities and do the ‘dull, dirty and dangerous’ tasks.
CERL, the Canadian Explosives Research Laboratory of Natural Resources Canada is working to protect critical infrastructure.
Too often, Canadians dismiss terrorist threats, warnings and close calls. That kind of thinking is dangerous.
Veterinarians work on the interface between humans and animals and therefore play a major role in mitigating such disease threats.
This letter goes to the heart of a request to re-assess some of your election pledges based on pivotal “events” that are changing the global landscape.