"TAPE HIGHLIGHTS SARCENE 2003 October 16 18 Kingston"
*** TAPE HIGHLIGHTS *** SARCENE 2003 October 16-18 --Kingston-- le 16-18 octobre Organizers have made arrangements for audio recording of all major sessions. If you missed something or want to share some important topics with colleagues use this as an order form. Coverage is on 60 or 90 minute cassettes at $10.00 each. All sessions are recorded in the language of the speaker. THURSDAY, October 16--JEUDI A. Plenary Session: "Seamless Search and Rescue": Jean Murray, Major-General Richard Bastien, A/Commissioner Darrell LaFosse, Keith Crosland, Chris Long, John Adams 1:30 pm Sessions T 1. Ground SAR Information System: Carole Smith, NSS; Jacqui Bannach, RCMP;S/Sgt Tim Charlebois, OPP T 2. Weather on the Great Lakes: R. Paul Ford and Brian Murphy, Meteorological Service of Canada T 3. Generating Volunteer and Community Support: Ian Ventham, Royal National Lifeboat Institution, U.K. T 4. Québec Collaboration Avalanche Project: Marc Deschênes, Parks Canada T 5. Canine Training Standards: Sgt. Wayde Jacklin, O.P.P. T 6. Survival in the Wilderness: Gordie Snow 2:45 pm Sessions T 7. International Maritime Search and Rescue Overview: Mike Voigt, Canadian Coast Guard T 8. Small Boat and Aircraft Accidents, Trends and Statistics: Fred Perkins, Transportation Safety Board T 9. Police/Volunteer Relationship in SAR - Making it Work: Sgt. Don Bindon, RCMP T 10. Digital Mapping in SAR: Paul Saunders / Dave Signoretti, CASARA T 11. Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Trenton: Maj. Roger Smith, Canadian Forces / Danny Coultis, CCG T 12. Urban SAR: Alan Thomas, Toronto Fire Services 4:00 pm Sessions T 13. Ground Searches in Cities, Towns and Villages: Guy Kerr T 14. Reduce the Search in Search and Rescue - New Beacon Technologies: Howard Posluns, Transportation Development Centre, Transport Canada T 15. Competency Profiles: Deborah Bowes-Lyon, Canadian Coast Guard College and Ian Ventham, Royal National Lifeboat Institution, U.K. T 16. Civil Emergency Response Alberta: Paul Olmstead T 17. A Systems Approach to SAR - SAR Happens with Everything Else Fails: Captain Steve Sawyer, USCG T 18. Developing an Alzheimer's Wandering Prevention Program: Robert Koester FRIDAY, October 17--VENDREDI 9:00 am Sessions F 19.a b. Interoperability Summit: S/Sgt Bryan Finney, National Search and Rescue Secretariat (2 hours) F 20. Getting into the Pockets of your Target Group: Barbara Byers, Lifesaving Society F 21. NIF - an Investment in our SAR Future: Mary Thomas and Kristina Walker, National Search and Rescue Secretariat F 22. Marine Risk Management: Dr. Ron Pelot, Dalhousie University F 23. Lessons Learned from the Avalanche in Glacier National Park: Eric Dafoe, Parks Canada F 24. Against All Odds: Insp. Pierre Pinel, Sûreté du Québec 10:15 am Sessions F 25. Cold Exposure Survival Prediction Tool: Allan Keefe and Peter Tikuisis, Defence Research and Development Canada F 26. Helping Others To Help Themselves - The Caribbean Initiative: Commodore Everette Tucker, USCG Auxiliary and Mr. Harry Strong, Chief Executive, Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary F 27. Tracking Using Angles and Light: Everett Savary, Nova Scotia Ground Search and Rescue Association F 28. Off-shore Oil and Gas, Part 1:Brian Stone, Canadian Coast Guard F 29. SAR Pitseolak - The CASARA Role: Bert Rose, CASARA 11:15 am Sessions F 30. Developing a Local, Municipal and Volunteer Search and Rescue Strategy: Drew Maddison, Chatham-Kent SAR Volunteer Association, Ontario F 32. Off-shore Oil and Gas, Part 2: Derek Smith, National Search and Rescue Secretariat F 33. Police response to SAR: A case study of a SAR that became a criminal investigation: Sgt. Don Webster, O.P.P. (police only) F 34. Managing Avalanche Safety Issues: Clair Israelson, Canadian Avalanche Association FRIDAY cont’d --VENDREDI 1:30 pm Sessions F 36. Working with the Media: Major Lynne Chaloux, Canadian Forces F 37. YouthSafe Outdoors: Glenda Hanna F 38. The Use of Simulation in Search & Rescue Training: Tony Patterson, Marine Institute, Memorial University F 39. AR Business Planning: Neil Brewer, Kent-Harrison SAR, British Columbia F 40. PFD Study: Brian Avery, Canadian Coast Guard F 41. RF Radio ELT and Cellular Signal Profiling: Fred G. Carey, Telus 2:45 pm Sessions F 42. SAR Cop and the University of Alberta computer dispatch project: Rick Tyefisher F 43. Interagency Cooperation: Sgt. Bradley Coulbeck, O.P.P. F 44. Conducting SAR with Aboriginal and Inuit people of Canada: David Northmore, Canadian Coast Guard, Central and Arctic Region F 45. Wandering Registry: Linda LeDuc, Alzheimer Society and Sergeant Don Webster, O.P.P. F 46. SAR Team Online - Electronic GSAR Administrative Database (EGADS): Calvin Martini and Joseph LaBelle, Tri-County Search and Rescue, New Brunswick 4:00 pm Sessions F 47. Maintenance and Inspection of Climbing Rescue Equipment: Igor Stomp, Maximum Arrest Force F 49. Risk and Crisis Communications: Jo-Ann Schwartz and Don Campbell, Office of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Emergency Preparedness F 50. The Kugluktuk Incident - Lessons from the High Arctic: Warrant Officer Mike Rarog, Canadian Forces F 51. SAR Tech Tales: Canadian Forces F 52. What we have learned - 10 Years of Pertinent Facts About Drownings in Canada 1991-2000: Caroline Gagnon, Canadian Red Cross / Rosemary Hong, Officer, National Programs, Canadian Red Cross SATURDAY, October 18--SAMEDI 9:00 am Sessions S 53. The Power of Partnerships in Boating Safety: Peter Garapick, Office of Boating Safety, Central and Arctic Region, Canadian Coast Guard; John Gullick, President, Chairman, Canadian Safe Boating Council S 54. Risk Management: Len James, Wilderness Medical S 55. Volunteer Recognition Programs: Harry Strong, Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary and Tina Bouchard, National Search and Rescue Secretariat S 56. SAR Skills: Richard Smith, ERI Canada S 57. Aircraft Icing: Dr. George Isaac, Environment Canada S 58. SAR Leadership: Chris Long, Washington State SAR Coordinator 10:15 am Sessions S 59. Meteorological Service of Canada's Weather Briefing , Randy Mawson, Environment Canada S 60. Multi-jurisdictional Exercises: Marc Gagnon and David Northmore, Canadian Coast Guard S 61. Satellite-Based Flight Following and Two-way Messaging: Paul Newcomb, Outerlink S 62. NIF - How to ace the perfect proposal:Peter Howe/Kristina Walker, National Search and Rescue Sec. S 63. Arctic Survival: Mario Aubin, Brian Min and Paulusi Novalinga, Nunavik Arctic Survival Training Center S 64. Application of Search Theory to Land Search and Rescue: Don Cooper, U.S.Assoc.for Search and Rescue 11:15 am Sessions S 65. Detection of Crashed Aircraft using Synthetic Aperture Radar: Tom Lukowski, Natural Resources Canada S 66. Ice Safety on the Rideau Canal: Douglas Ede, Kingston Fire Department S 67. Tired of Guessing? Toward Objective POD Estimation for Land SAR: Jack Frost, Potomac Management Group/U.S. National SAR Committee S 68. U.K. SAR Structure and the Role of Volunteer Organizations: Dr. Anthony Jones, U.K. Search and Rescue Operators Group Please check off sessions wanted. When ordering by mail add $1.30 per tape for handling plus 7% G.S.T. Ontario residents also add 8% P.S.T. Send this form along with payment (cheque payable to Conference Tape) to: 8, prom. Woodburn Drive, TEL: (613) 824-2583 Ottawa, Ontario K1B 3A7 FAX: (613) 824-2584 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org NAME/NOM: VISA NO. #:CASSETTES: OFFICE USE ADDRESS/ADRESSE: MASTERCARD PRICE/COUT: PICK UP___ EXPIRATION: HANDLING/MANUT MAIL____ CHEQUE: GST/TPS: PAID PST/(Ont)____ INVOICE___ TOTAL:_________ (SIGNATURE - CARTE DE CREDIT CARD)