New emergency services training structure opened at MESC

The Government of Manitoba has announced the opening of a new emergency services training structure at the Manitoba Emergency Services College. The structure replaces one that is over 20 years old and will provide a high-quality training environment that expands the college’s training capacity. It includes high-angle training capabilities, simulated smoke for non-live fire scenario training, and confined-space rescue training aids for improved safety. “The Manitoba Emergency Services College here in Brandon has long been recognized as a vital training site for first responders, so ensuring that it is in top form to offer the best teaching tools available will provide emergency response personnel with skills needed to meet the unique challenges of responding to fire and life-safety emergencies,” said Municipal Relations Minister Eileen Clarke. MB| QCountry FM| Brandon Sun (Acct. Req.) Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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