AdventureSmart winter 2017-18 public safety job opportunity!
Traveling in excess of 18,500kms and reaching 10,050 outdoor enthusiasts face-to-face, the Summer 2017 BC AdventureSmart Teams had an exceptional outreach season
BCSARA is pleased to announce the completion of the selection process for the supply of a Data Management System for Search and Rescue in British Columbia; the successful bidder is D4H Technologies.
BCSARA is pleased to announce that through funding from the Search and Rescue New Initiatives Fund (SAR-NIF) a new self rescue aid is being made available to Swiftwater Rescue Teams in B.C.
Silence on the other end of the line as the CARDA Instructor Coordinator pondered this common question, then launched into a speech that I’m sure she’s given thousands of times. “It’s a lot of work for both you and the dog” she started with.
Implementation of new Swiftwater standards Search and Rescue New Initiatives Fund Project Final Report
“The British Columbia Search and Rescue Association is extremely pleased to receive this additional funding on behalf of the 80 groups and 2,500 volunteers across the province”
MEDIA RELEASE North Shore Rescue Legal Action March 16, 2017 Media enquiries: email@example.com www.bcsara.com In recent days, the issue of donating to search and rescue groups has come to light and commanded a lot of public and media attention. One of our member groups, North Shore Rescue, has filed a law suit against an …
AdventureSmart is a national outreach program focusing on outdoor safety education designed to promote personal preparedness, encourage safe outdoor activities and lifestyles concentrating on search & rescue prevention. The BC AdventureSmart Teams will be working closely with the BC Search & Rescue Association, the 80 SAR groups and 2500 volunteer members increasing awareness to help reduce …
With the support provided by the Province of BC with last year’s $10 million grant BCSARA was able to partner with the Lifesaving Society to run two teams of presenters for the AdventureSmart program. The teams, based in Vancouver and Kelowna, were able to make over 11,500 contacts as they spread the word of SAR …