Masters of disaster
Lecture/open discussion about Personal Safety Triangle and Survival Pattern
If you are able to assist yourself in an emergency, only then will you be able to assist others in an emergency.
Self-rescue would be my preferred course of action, quickest and probably my most dependable option for most emergency situations whether urban or wilderness based.
“Personal Safety Triangle”
I’ll be break down the three pillars: First Aid, Navigation and Survival.
Who, what, where, when, why, knowledge, skills, equipment, examples from my past and open discussion.
I’ll be break down the survival pattern: First Aid, Fire, Shelters, Signals, Water and Food.
Who, what, where, when, why, training, skills, equipment, examples from my past, and scenario based discussions.
How and where I use the survival pattern in both my personal and work life. i.e. hazard evaluation, equipment evaluation, training evaluation, shelter site selection, student evaluations, pre-trip planning, emergency planning, clothing evaluation, trip preparations, and much more.
Last but not least!
A breakdown of my emergency bag (bugout bag/get home bag/72hr bag/Search and Rescue bag, it’s all the same gear) and an open discussion.
7 may 2021 at 9:30 am
9 may 2021 at 9:30 am
Duration: This Key note lecture will last 3 hours
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About The Speaker
Born in Southern Ontario, Dave spent his childhood in the outdoors hunting, fishing, and exploring with friends and family. Listening to his grandparents stories of adventure in the outdoors, inspired a real hunger for knowledge, experience and personal growth.
Joining Army Cadets at age 12, Toronto Scottish Regiment (infantry) at age 19, and transferring into the Regular Forces a year later. Dave served 6 years as a Weapons Technician Land (army) in CFB Val Cartier, Quebec which included a 6 month deployment as a UN Peacekeeper in Nicosia, Cyprus. Read more >
Sessions by Dave McDonald
4 may 2021 - MASTERCLASS
6 may 2021 - MASTERCLASS
7 may 2021 - Key Note Lecture
9 may 2021 - Key Note Lecture