SAVING MANITOBA MEDICAL FIRST RESPONSE AGENCIES

The College of Paramedics of Manitoba seeks to increase the current Emergency Medical Responder training course from 120 hours to 360 hours, effectively tripling the commitment required from individuals. This is unreasonable and untenable if Fire Departments are to successfully recruit and retain “volunteer” Emergency Medical Responders within rural municipalities. We, the undersigned, believe that the current training course of 120 hours serves our communities well. We vehemently oppose the increase in training hours to 360 and agree that the current training course of 120 hours must remain in place if we are to continue to sustain local Medical First Responders and save lives in rural municipalities.

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