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Our Legacy of Excellence!

Security Operations (SECOPS) Institute

Conceptualize a “Governance” for a New Institute: “Security Operations (SECOPS) Institute”, a Not-for-profit (NFP) Organization, dedicated to the transfer of knowledge in the field of security management, and in the research and development of best practices in the various ancillary discipline.

Privy Council Office (PCO)

 Government of Canada Security Summit 2015 - first joint security summit hosted by Privy Council Office (PCO) and Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) Chief Information Officer Branch (CIOB), develop, plan, coordinate process, documentation, logistics, providing senior leadership, advice and support on the design, development, deliverable and evaluation including exercise development, over 450 government wide delegates from cost to cost participated to the event.

Centennial College, School of Community and Health Studies

Establish Centennial College’s Emergency Management and Public Safety Institute - the first of its kind in Canada - a collaborative and innovative teaching and research institution dedicated to community and organizational resilience – built its governance, infrastructures, bachelor degree in EM, continuity education, international, national, provincial, regional, local solid partnerships and alliances. Devising its concept and model and leading its transformation to a Centre of Excellence. Successfully negotiated for Centennial College the “Canadian Centre for Emergency Preparedness (CCEP) assets”; co-lead the development and implementation of the College Incident Management System (IMS) structure, lockdown procedures, training, exercises and drills. 

Recipient of Centennial College 2013 "The Learning-Centre College Award" in recognition for strategic planning and implementation of the College Emergency Plan  

Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC)
CBRNE Research and Technology Initiative (Project CRTI 08  0180TD)

Design Project Charter and Statement of Work for an integrated National CBRNE Training System for Health, Psychosocial and Communications Responders for Defence Research & Development Canada - a project valued at $2.26 million.

Health Care Network of Southeastern Ontario (HCNSEO)

Serving six counties: Hastings, Prince Edward Counties, Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Counties, Lanark, Leeds and Grenville Counties, under the HCNSEO working with local and regional network partners consisting of 8 hospitals, 1 Community Care Access Centre, 3 Public Health Units, Queen's Faculty of Health Science and the Southeastern Ontario Health Sciences Centre working closely with municipal, counties and regional key stakeholders including the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Emergency Management Branch, SE LHIN, Southeast Regional Infection Control, regional EMS, reaching out to Long-Term Care Homes, Community Support Services, Mental Health and Addictions, Community Health Centres, Municipal Partners, Social Services and key stakeholders.

From concept-to-execution, initiate, lead, develop and implement the Southeastern Ontario Regional Health Emergency Management and Business Continuity Program, a risk-based integrated comprehensive program, all hazards, (prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery), Incident Management Systems (IMS), CBRNE and Pandemic Planning, education, training programs, symposiums, spring workshops, exercises and mock simulations, evaluation and performance targets; creating local and regional resilience, redundancy and sustainability.

Defence Research & Development Canada

CBRNE Research & Technology Initiative (CRTI), Director, Public Sector Engagement:  CRTI - 08 -0180TD Project: Establishing an integrated National CBRNE Training System for Health, Psychosocial and Communication Responders.

Quinte Health Care

Emergency preparedness education lead: write and review QHC Hospitals Emergency Colour Codes policies, procedures and IMS Job Action Sheets; develop education and training material; deliver education session on IMS and Hospitals Colour Codes to Senior Leadership Team, Directors, Managers and Team Leaders; design scenario, facilitate and stage a Blood Shortage simulation exercise.

Pembroke Regional Hospital: 

Design scenario, facilitate and stage a Mass Casualty Code Orange simulation.

Canadian Parliamentary Precinct: 

Develop the Joint Heritage Collections Emergency Management Governance Framework for the care of Canada’s parliamentary heritage collections. 


  • Reducing Vulnerability: Creating Resiliency/Sustainability
  • Advancing EM through a Safety Culture
  • "Heat Wave” Regional Simulation Exercise  
  • 2nd SEO Emergency Preparedness Symposium
  • Managing Inside the Storm
  • 1st SEO Emergency Preparedness Symposium    
  • Workshop 2009
  • Workshop 2007
  • Regional Simulation Exercise 2007
  •  Symposium 2006
  • Workshop 2006
  • Symposium 2005

Library and Archives Canada

(Formerly the National Archives of Canada and National Library of Canada)

Accountable for nationwide corporate management and compliance in public safety programs including of fire safety, prevention, emergency evacuation, risk management, disaster and emergency management programs: safeguards and protection of all contents, assets and physical facilities and business continuity program, policies and plans for 27 buildings, 220 responders across Canada: 24/7 On-call, coordinate and lead emergency and operational and contingencies response and recovery nationwide.   

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