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Welcome to the South Saskatchewan First Responder Conference Committee


We are happy that you now visiting our  website. 

We have been working hard to develop a website that will help us distribute information to all first responders that participate in the conference and all those looking to in the future.


We hope  to continually add new features, pictures, information and hopefully users will be happy with the website.

We have reached another milestone our 20th annual conference is soon to open for registration yes its been 20 years

Jan 24 25 26 2020

The site IS OPEN we have a great line up of speakers

We will be doing online registration as per last year. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

  The sponsorship package is  available, follow the links on this page.

 Our 2020 brochure and our sessions at a glance is posted and available for your review.



JAN 24 25 26 2020

Last Conference January, 2019

The South Saskatchewan First Responder Conference Committee

hosts an  annual First Responder development weekend each year on the last weekend of January each year with GREAT SUCCESS!

COME JOIN THE TRADITON     (Click for Brochure) 

First Responder in ActionThis weekend has been set up to help First Responders from across the province maintain their minimum level of training and introduce them to some new skills. These skills may be used in any emergency situation the First Responder may encounter.

First Responders are true dedicated volunteers in the community who give freely of themselves in emergency situations. They are from all areas of the province and they may show up at a pipeline accident, power pole down, motor vehicle collision, medical crisis, fire standby or special event first aid stations. They respond to any emergency or potential emergency that may arise.

First Responders are the first line of help in a crisis and are usually on scene within 10 minutes of receiving the call. Often they are required to help friends and neighbours until the ambulance arrives. 

First Responder In ActionThese dedicated volunteers depend on the generosity and help of local fund raising toFirst Responder in Action support their groups. The local health Regions also provide support to the First Responder groups in the form of in-service training, disposable supplies and cooperative group pricing. This varies from health region to health region and is of course subject to available funding within a given region. These are true volunteers who are not paid for their efforts and often costs them to respond (i.e. *vehicle mileage, gas, time away from work, etc.).   This is why we look toward offering support in the form of an educational weekend for our true dedicated volunteers.