Surrey Search and Rescue

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Welcome

The administrators of a volunteer rescue organization do most of their work on their home computers when they get a spare hour or two in the evening, this is fine but when an organization has 5+ individuals doing this using different software products it is a problem making sure the documents, address list, contact details etc are current on all machines and are readable on all machines.

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Purposes

  1. Centralize administration for a volunteer rescue society.
  2. Streamline day to day tasks.
  3. Not to impose restrictions on the information that can be held for members.
  4. To provide comprehensive reporting.
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Surrey Search and Rescue

 

Founded in 1973, Surrey Search and Rescue (SSAR) is a registered non-profit society devoted to the recovery of missing persons primarily in the Southwest region of British Columbia. Powered by a dedicated group of volunteers, SSAR also provides personal preparedness education and resources to the community through participation in special events and public engagements. Our members train and practice regularly so that we are always ready to answer the call. In 2008, Surrey Search and Rescue celebrated its 35th year of service to the community. SSAR primarily covers the municipalities of Surrey, White Rock, Delta, and Richmond. Mutual Aid Support is also provided to other search and rescue organizations across British Columbia. The team's many capabilities include: ground search and rescue, rope rescue, mountain rescue, swiftwater rescue, inland water rescue, evidence searches, evacuation assistance, spotting and tracking.

This web site has been created by and is provided by VolunteerRescue of SKRPC Holdings Inc., Fernie, BC, Canada.