Hotzone Emergency Aid Team.
H.E.A.T is a volunteer program made up of people who are highly trained in disaster response. Not only are they highly training they are outstanding members of the community. They do first aid in their local community if need, they are willing and able to response to disaster locally, domestically and aboard.
H.E.A.T. Mission Statement
We are dedicated to harnessing the power of every individual to safeguard communities through preparation, education, and volunteer service, and to deliver the greatest good to the greatest number of people, safety.
During a disaster, H.E.A.T. members will response to any community where services may be delayed or overwhelmed. They will response to the immediate needs of that community no matter what it might be, needs will range from basic comfort a logging – to rending first aid and searching buildings. Over all we would like to see H.E.A.T. teams in community across Canada.
What you need to be part of H.E.A.T
To be an entry level HEAT member a person need to take at least the BDRT 1.1 and do a criminal record checked.
The H.E.A.T goal
Our goal is to have teams throughout communities in Canada. Each H.E.A.T team is organized and trained in accordance with standard operating procedures developed by the T.T.F. Education and will gets together within their community and practice, as well as volunteer within their area at events if needed. H.E.A.T teams also cross training with other H.E.A.T teams in the area and help their area be prepared for a disaster by working closely with local ESS.