First responders on the front lines are dealing with increased pressure, heightened stress and certainly new risks during this situation
CISM Supports for SAR volunteers continues during the COVID-19 outbreak.
As we transition to the next stages of our new normal, lets find a new normal outdoors;
Make a difference; #knowbeforeyougo
Be prepared for emergencies.
Make smart (‘AdventureSmart’) choices
BE KIND, BE CALM, BE SAFE
Stay close to home, choose low risk activities, and explore BC later.
The BC Search and Rescue Association (BCSARA) wants to thank the public for helping to flatten the curve and driving down the requests for assistance but urges everyone to use extra caution as we approach one of the normally busiest long weekends of the year – Easter
the COVID-19 pandemic puts extra pressure on emergency resources across the province, the B.C. Search and Rescue Association and Emergency Management B.C. are appealing to the public to take extra caution if heading into the outdoors
During these fast-changing times where everyone is looking to maintain social distance but keep themselves busy, many are turning to BC’s great outdoors. BCSARA encourages you to enjoy what BC has to offer but would like to ask the public of BC to do their part to come home safe and follow these recommendations
BC AdventureSmart is seeking outreach educators for the Summer 2020 season. One of the crews will be based in the Lower Mainland and another crew based in Prince George
The BC AdventureSmart Teams and volunteer presenters reached 17,161 people face-to-face between November 7, 2019 – March 3, 2020. 18,099 kms travelled. 8/12 BC SAR regions travelled to. 26/80 SAR groups connected with. 363 volunteer presenters/ambassadors currently in BC. 68 new AdventureSmart presenters/ambassadors trained. 4,484 outdoor enthusiasts reached by volunteer presenters. 12,677 individuals reached solely …