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Taking surveillance to the edge
Alberta Health Services, an integrated health-care system covering 98 acute care hospitals and more than a thousand facilities province-wide, is rolling out a decentralized surveillance camera model, with video storage out on the edge.

Where are all the women in security?
Be prepared to stretch beyond your comfort zone, have the confidence you can do the job and take risks.
Those were some of the words of advice provided by Annick Tremblay, Security Director, Facility Manager with GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals and Carol Osler, Vice-President Global Security and Investigations with TD Bank to the Women in Security Ontario group, which gathered April 20 at Ryerson University.

Rouge Valley guards honoured by IAHSS
Two Rouge Valley Health System security guards were honoured at the recent International Association of Healthcare Security and Safety annual meeting in Toronto with the association's Medal of Valour.

Guards caught up in OPP raids
At the annual general meeting of the International Association of Healthcare Safety and Security in Toronto last month, two guards from Rouge Valley Hospital were awarded the association’s Medal of Valour for their efforts in helping prevent someone in the hospital’s parking lot from committing suicide. Their supervisor, Martin Green, nominated them for the award and they proudly attended the IAHSS dinner to receive their medals. It’s a stark contrast to what many other guards in the industry experience, especially in Ontario right now as they struggle not only to earn a living wage but also to maintain their right to work.

New ASIS chapter in Saskatchewan
By Rod Buckingham
When joining SaskGaming in May of 2009 as Director of Security and Surveillance the Vice-President of Security, Bob Arlint, suggested I join an organization by the name of ASIS.

LAST DAY FOR ENTRIES IS MAY 31: Tell us about the leaders you admire in this industry
by Jennifer Brown
It’s hard to believe, but the deadline is once again drawing near for our two major awards events of the year — Security Director and Security Integrator of the Year


HD surveillance from Infinova
Infinova has a new suite of HD surveillance cameras and equipment, including an HD matrix switcher for security control rooms.
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Theia's megapixel lenses for use on new 5 megapixel camera
Dallmeier has selected Theia’s two new 5 megapixel lenses for use on the new 5 megapixel version of their DDF4900HDV dome camera.  In addition, the two lenses are now offered as optional accessories for use on all of their box camera lines.
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IndigoVision Launches IP Dome with WDR and Low Light Sensitivity
IP dome based on Pixim’s ‘Seawolf’ sensor. Using progressive scan and the best Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) in the industry it delivers outstanding picture quality, even in challenging lighting.
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Coming Up: Canadian Security June 2011

Cover story:
Bridging the gap between security and fire and life safety
In an emergency, many security department personnel wouldn't know how to operate the fire safety equipment in their facilities or how to manage the evacuation of a building in the event of a fire or other incident. From basic fire extinguishers to fire phones, sprinklers, pull stations and standpipe hoses it's all pretty much a mystery to many in the security department. But it doesn't have to be that way. Cadillac Fairview has developed a half-day "Reality-Based Building Evacuation" training program designed specifically for building security and operations personnel. Canadian Security went along with the Cadillac Fairview team as they were put through their paces going down a simulated smoke-filled stairwell and learning how to manage fire safety equipment.

Transportation focus:
The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority will announce the new screening contracts for Canada's airports in August. So what will the winners be expected to deliver and how will they be measured under CATSA's new model?

Women in Security:
Carol Osler, Senior Vice-President, Global Security & Investigations, TD Bank Group and Annick Tremblay, Security Director and Facility Manager with GlaxoSmithKline, Biologicals, talk about their careers in the industry and how they got to where they are now.

Threat Risk Assessments

Also In this issue:
From the top: By Glen Kitteringham
ASIS Chapter update: Southwestern Ontario Chapter news
Regulatory round up with Fraser McGuire
Tech Watch with Marty Musters
Book Reviews with Derek Knights
World Watch

Calendar of Events:

OPS Safety and Security Leadership Conference May 31-June 1, 2011, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Ont.

Canadian Society of Industrial Security (CSIS) Annual General Meeting Privacy and Security — A Matter to Know May 29-31, 2011 Early Bird discounted registration deadline is May 16 Contact Bob Marentette Conference Agenda:

Anixter Showcase June 1, 2011 Dorval, Quebec Seminars are every 30 mins starting at 9 a.m.

Security Canada West June 15, 2011 River Rock Casino Resort, Richmond, British Columbia

Anixter Showcase June 22, 2011, Vancouver Convention Centre Vancouver, B.C.

Check out the Calendar of Events on the Canadian Security website for more upcoming industry seminars, conferences, shows and training sessions.

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