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Canada, Ontario, London

 

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  • 2104 Jetstream Rd, London N5V 3P6

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  • November 08, 2019 08:19:34 PM
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FirstOnSite Restoration is the leading Canadian disaster restoration company, providing remediation, restoration and reconstruction services nationwide, and for the US large loss and commercial market. Our corporate structure distinguishes us within our industry, providing unequaled degrees of speed, scope and scale. It also provides unmatched abilities to embrace innovations and technologies that help us meet the unique needs of our customers. FirstOnSite Restoration is an approved vendor for many leading insurance companies.

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FIRST ONSITE Sponsors City of Lloydminster Field House in Servus Sports Centre

Lloydminster, AB/SK –The City of Lloydminster is pleased to announce FIRST ONSITE Property Restoration as the named sponsor of the north field house inside the Servus Sports Centre. The City’s Programming and Events team and members from First Onsite Property Restoration solidified the partnership during a grand opening ceremony, which provided free public access to … Continued The post FIRST ONSITE Sponsors City of Lloydminster Field House in Servus Sports Centre appeared first on...

Lloydminster, AB/SK –The City of Lloydminster is pleased to announce FIRST ONSITE Property Restoration as the named sponsor of the north field house inside the Servus Sports Centre.
The City’s Programming and Events team and members from First Onsite Property Restoration solidified the partnership during a grand opening ceremony, which provided free public access to the field house on Thursday, August 26, 2021.

“We are pleased to contribute to the community in this special way by supporting a facility that brings so many people together and helps to enrich their lives in such positive ways”, says Jamie Mackie, Regional Vice President, First Onsite Property Restoration. “This is another way we can show our commitment to the community and hope everyone continues to enjoy all that the First Onsite Field House has to offer.”

“First Onsite Property Restoration’s contribution to the growth and development of our community is one of the many ways they give back and encourage an active, healthy lifestyle,” says Mayor Gerald Aalbers. “We look forward to welcoming returning individuals, families and newcomers along with our regional visitors to Lloydminster’s largest indoor playground.”

The First Onsite Field House is open during Servus Sports Centre’s regular hours of operation and is available to use by all ages. Supervision for some activities may be required. For scheduling or to book the field house, visit Lloydminster.ca/activities.

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As Lloydminster’s multi-sport and event-hosting facility, Servus Sports Centre enables visitors of all ages and skill levels to exercise, compete and play under one roof. The facility offers many programs, events and services that support your commitment to a healthy and active lifestyle. Visit Lloydminster.ca/SSC for more.

Media Contacts:

Eric Healey
Coordinator, Media & Digital Communications
City of Lloydminster
P: 780-875-6184, Ext. 2309
E: ehealey@lloydminster.ca

Parveen Singh on behalf of:
First Onsite Property Restoration
P: 437-247-5230
E: parveen@wearemaverick.com

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Business Continuity

(MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, May 17, 2021) – FIRST ONSITE Property Restoration today released a survey of Canadian businesses that takes the pulse of how they prioritize emergency preparedness. Taken during the peak of the pandemic, the survey reveals that more than half of businesses (52%) have placed an increased priority on disaster preparedness since the start … Continued The post Business Continuity appeared first on FIRST ONSITE...

(MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, May 17, 2021) – FIRST ONSITE Property Restoration today released a survey of Canadian businesses that takes the pulse of how they prioritize emergency preparedness. Taken during the peak of the pandemic, the survey reveals that more than half of businesses (52%) have placed an increased priority on disaster preparedness since the start of COVID-19. Although managers have realized the importance of preparedness and planning for business continuity, only two-in-five businesses are very confident that their company is prepared to deal with future emergencies or disasters.

First Onsite, a company that has responded to some of the biggest catastrophic events across Canada over recent years, surveyed managers, owners, executives, and employees at 500 companies to find out what types of disasters they had encountered, and the level of preparedness they felt they had in place.

Four-in-five Canadian business have been interrupted for one of several reasons over the past five years. Of those who have experienced interruptions, the pandemic leads the way:

  • 77 per cent of business interruptions over the past five years have taken place due to the pandemic
  • 45 per cent of interruptions have taken place due to communication outages (server down, telco outage, etc.)
  • 43 per cent have taken place due to winter storms
  • 23 per cent due to flooding (13% mechanical and 10% natural)
  • One-in-five have taken place due to windstorms/hurricanes/tornados/tropical storms
  • 12 per cent due to fires (8% wildfires and 4% structural fires)
  • Just one per cent have taken place due to earthquakes
  • One-in-five businesses have not been interrupted or have not been aware of any interruptions

Surveyed during the third wave of the pandemic and lockdowns, the study found only 37 per cent of businesses feel fully prepared to deal with future emergencies or disasters. Meanwhile, one-in-10 feel this isn’t an urgent concern, seven per cent feel they are not investing the appropriate amount, five per cent have been putting this off due to resource constraints and three per cent are unprepared or don’t know enough about the topic.

“Major incidents can include anything from wildfires to full-scale floods, ice storms and hurricanes. However, it doesn’t have to be weather related to take a business offline as we have seen through the pandemic lockdowns,” said Bill Fender, SVP Commercial Property Portfolios, at First Onsite Property Restoration. “Businesses in all industries are faced with a unique challenge – hibernating commercial facilities that are left vacant and unattended. This is a new problem that business owners and property managers haven’t faced on this scale before.”

 

Pandemics are the biggest future threat

When respondents were asked which types of future disasters they were concerned about affecting their business, pandemics again took the lead:

  • 75 per cent of businesses were concerned about pandemics affecting their business
  • 72 per cent were concerned about communication outages
  • 56 per cent were concerned about winter storms
  • 44 per cent were concerned about structural fires
  • 35 per cent per cent were concerned about windstorms/hurricanes/tornados/tropical storms
  • 33 per cent were concerned about mechanical flooding
  • 30 per cent were concerned about natural flooding
  • 17 per cent were concerned about wildfires
  • 17 per cent were concerned about earthquakes

 

Proactive planning for business continuity

To understand how businesses prepare, the poll asked how often disaster recovery plans are tested, and only 46 per cent of businesses test/review it at least once a year. Twelve per cent of businesses never test/review their plan and eight per cent do not have a disaster recovery plan at all.

Twenty-eight per cent of businesses have a preferred disaster response restoration partner already in place. The top three services they value most from a disaster response/restoration company are speed of response (47%), knowledge and expertise (39%), and “gets my business back online, avoiding long-term disruption” (36%).

“For the businesses that don’t have a restoration provider in place, this should be the next step in their emergency planning to ensure business continuity,” said Fender. “Disaster plans, once only required for government, are now being insisted upon by corporate boards, , bond rating agencies, investors, insurers and customers.  Once plans are in place, it’s critical to test them on a  regular basis.”

 

Emergency response planning

Emergencies can strike without warning. First Onsite’s Priority Response Emergency Plan (PREP) can accelerate a company’s recovery through preparedness planning, rapid response, expert mitigation and business continuity.
“It’s critical for property restoration experts to understand the client’s infrastructure. That way, when a fire or flood happens, we already know the company’s needs and can be on site immediately to begin remediation, leading to a quicker recovery and minimized disruption” said Fender. “We have seen firsthand how businesses that plan ahead are much more resilient and functioning more quickly after facing a disaster than those that have no restoration partner in place, nor planning for how to respond to an unforeseen emergency.”

 

About the 2021 Business Preparedness Survey – commissioned by First Onsite

From March 12 to March 14, 2021, an online survey was conducted among a representative sample of 509 Canadian businesses who are members of the Angus Reid Forum. For comparison purposes only, the sample plan would carry a margin of error of +/- 4.4%, 19 times out of 20 (a 95% confidence interval). For full survey result tables, please contact Dana Sharman – danas@wearemaverick.com -705-878-6493.

About First Onsite: North America’s Trusted Leader in Property Restoration

First Onsite Property Restoration is one of the largest independent North American disaster restoration services providers, providing emergency preparedness, remediation, restoration, and reconstruction services across Canada, the U.S., including Puerto Rico. First Onsite offers more than 2,200 employees, 80-plus branches and a combined 70-plus years of industry-leading experience and expertise with a commitment to customer service. First Onsite proudly serves the commercial, municipal, industrial, and residential sectors. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of FirstService Corporation.

Press Contacts:

Dana Sharman
MAVERICK for First Onsite
danas@wearemaverick.com
705-878-6493

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Five Years After the Fires — First Onsite Reflects on Fort McMurray Wildfires

The wildfire sparked on May 1, 2016 in a forest in the outskirts of Fort McMurray, Alberta. Bone-dry forests acted as kindling for this wildfire to spiral out of control. Within hours, the fire edged closer to residential and commercial Fort McMurray, and by May 3, it had engulfed approximately 2,400 homes in the area … Continued The post Five Years After the Fires — First Onsite Reflects on Fort McMurray Wildfires appeared first on FIRST ONSITE...

The wildfire sparked on May 1, 2016 in a forest in the outskirts of Fort McMurray, Alberta. Bone-dry forests acted as kindling for this wildfire to spiral out of control. Within hours, the fire edged closer to residential and commercial Fort McMurray, and by May 3, it had engulfed approximately 2,400 homes in the area and 590,000 hectares of land. The wildfires resulted in the largest mass evacuation in Alberta’s history, and launched one of Canada’s most exhaustive coordinated first response efforts.

As the fire raged, First Onsite teams were on the ground to respond to and restore the community in crisis, mobilizing up to 1,500 personnel to support first responders, citizens, and businesses.

Our crews were faced with creating safe conditions for the first responders to effectively fight the fires. On behalf of the Alberta Emergency Management Agency, we made air quality an essential priority, using hundreds of HEPA air filtration devices to restore air quality in critical personnel hubs, including first responder accommodations, operations centres, and offices.

Restoring Critical Infrastructure

During the early weeks of the wildfire, a coordinated team of local and national personnel on the frontlines of the wildfire sourced materials and equipment from areas as far away as Mississauga, Ontario.

First Onsite’s U.S. team, which was then Interstate Restoration, supported with project managers and administrative support personnel as well as two trailers of equipment. This event set the framework for how our company, which this year officially unified under the First Onsite name with several North American companies, would work together, across borders, to respond to large-scale events.

First Onsite staged hundreds of personnel in Edmonton for timely, large-scale mobilization. Team members were tasked with restoring critical infrastructure and services, including banks, gas stations, lodging and grocery stores in time for residential re-entry.

As residents came home to Fort McMurray, priority projects involved daycares, multi-family residential units and telecommunications facilities. The approach addressed the importance of reviving Fort McMurray’s local economy, getting essential services up and running, and getting the local population back to living and work as quickly as possible.

For many in the region, life still hasn’t gotten back to normal. Just last year, during the pandemic, the Fort McMurray community was hit by the worst flood in decades, which led to mandatory evacuations and military assistance.

Lessons Learned

The important use of technology was a key difference between the Fort McMurray wildfire and past wildfires, such as Slave Lake. Advancements such as e-permits, aerial imaging and GIS integration played an important role. Communication was also key: the real-time exchange of information between restoration teams, government, and residents was a game changer throughout the entire process.

As we continue to build and expand our cities, we need to consider how to make them not only more sustainable, but also resilient to their surroundings and environments. Integrating resilience into our building codes and practices can go a long way to helping us prepare for a natural disaster. Catastrophic events provide an opportunity to re-shape our thinking about how our communities are planned and constructed to provide a safer, more sustainable environment.

The 2021 federal budget highlighted the urgency of creating community resilience through funding to Infrastructure Canada to support disaster mitigation projects such as wildfire mitigation and rehabilitation of storm water systems. The budget also included funding for Public Safety Canada to support provincial and territorial disaster response and recovery efforts. These are a good start, however, building resilient communities will be a generational effort, much like construction of the transnational railroads were more than a century ago.

Looking Ahead into 2021

The Fort McMurray wildfires was an event remembered across the nation that created a heightened awareness of the impact of natural disasters.

First Onsite conducted the Business Preparedness Survey this spring, during a period of lockdowns amid the pandemic. The survey revealed that over the past five years, one-in-five Alberta businesses have been interrupted by wildfires, leading the country, followed by British Columbia at one-in-10.

The poll also took the pulse on business concerns about future wildfires and the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfires was apparent. While nationally only six per cent of businesses have experienced interruptions from wildfires, 17 per cent are concerned about future ones. This concern was highest in Alberta (31%) and B.C. (28%).

Fort McMurray’s fire was a major national event, one that will remain seared into the collective consciousness of all Canadians. It heightened the awareness of the damage large-scale natural disasters can cause and taught us the importance of preparedness and community support.

This year, several provinces across the country, especially in Western Canada, have experienced extremely dry conditions over the past winter, some even record-breaking. While it’s too early to predict what will come of the upcoming wildfire season – preparedness, as always, is vital to mitigate and recover from a disaster.

How We Can Help

Emergencies can strike without warning and take a business offline. Recognizing that there are risks is the first step.  For companies to be properly prepared, advanced planning is very important and can help protect a business, should an event occur. Businesses that have restoration partners can minimize their downtime and are typically operational before those that do not have restoration partners in place.

 

Choosing First Onsite as a restoration partner means that you will have a partner who can help you build emergency contingency plans, so you are fully prepared in case of an emergency.  And, when a disaster happens, you will know whom to call and feel peace of mind knowing that First Onsite will be available immediately, no matter when or where a disaster takes place.

FIRST ONSITE’s Promise

It’s a new era for our industry, and FIRST ONSITE is leading the way. On March 29, we united nine companies from Canada, the U.S., and Puerto Rico under the FIRST ONSITE name and brand. FIRST ONSITE is looking to redefine the industry with its unwavering mission to be the first to help, support and lead in the face of disaster. FIRST ONSITE is the only restoration partner businesses and homeowners will ever need.

Contact us today for a consultation. Complete the form here or call 1.877.778.6731.

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First Onsite Property Restoration expands its presence in Southwestern Ontario with the opening of a new Windsor Branch

(MISSISSAUGA, ON, April 20, 2021) – FIRST ONSITE Property Restoration, Canada’s leading property restoration company, has strengthened its presence in Southwestern Ontario with the opening of a new branch in Windsor. The launch of the new Windsor location demonstrates the company’s commitment to customers and insurance partners, as First Onsite seeks to be positioned to … Continued The post First Onsite Property Restoration expands its presence in Southwestern Ontario with the...

(MISSISSAUGA, ON, April 20, 2021) – FIRST ONSITE Property Restoration, Canada’s leading property restoration company, has strengthened its presence in Southwestern Ontario with the opening of a new branch in Windsor.

The launch of the new Windsor location demonstrates the company’s commitment to customers and insurance partners, as First Onsite seeks to be positioned to service customers wherever and whenever emergency and disaster support is required. This move also expands First Onsite’s leadership in the property restoration business across the region.

Now with a physical presence in the community, First Onsite will be able to meet the growing demands of both residential and commercial customers in the region. “We are very proud to be opening a new location in Windsor, Ontario. We are committed to providing an exceptional localized customer experience, and with this branch location, we will be able to service our clients more efficiently and quickly than ever before” said Jason Prescott, Senior Vice President, Central Region. “We are excited to bring our best-in-class restoration services to the Windsor and surrounding market.”

The branch has strengthened its local leadership team by appointing Charles Banham as the Branch Manager. With current COVID restrictions in place, an open house will not be held, however, the branch is now officially open for business. The team welcomes the community to email or call to say hello! The branch number is 226.946.2969 and Charles can be reached at charles.banham@firstonsite.ca, telephone: 519.359.3016.

For more information, please visit firstonsite.ca and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @firstonsite for business updates and news.

About FIRST ONSITE: North America’s Trusted Leader in Property Restoration
FIRST ONSITE Property Restoration is one of the largest independent North American disaster restoration services providers, providing emergency preparedness, remediation, restoration, and reconstruction services across Canada, the U.S., and Puerto Rico. FIRST ONSITE offers more than 2,200 employees, 80-plus branches, and a combined 70-plus years of industry-leading experience and expertise with a commitment to customer service. FIRST ONSITE proudly serves the commercial, municipal, industrial, and residential sectors. The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of FirstService Corporation.

For more information visit: www.firstonsite.ca or call 1.877.778.6731, and follow @firstonsite on Twitter at www.twitter.com/firstonsite_can.

Press Contact:
Dana Sharman
MAVERICK
705-878-6493
Danas@wearemaverick.com

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A New Unified Brand

MISSISSAUGA, ON, March 29, 2021 – FirstOnSite Restoration, Canada’s leading property restoration company, today announced that eight North American sister companies from Canada, the U.S., and Puerto Rico have adopted the Canadian name and are moving to a new unified brand – FIRST ONSITE. “FIRST ONSITE is looking to redefine the industry with its unwavering … Continued The post A New Unified Brand appeared first on FIRST ONSITE...

MISSISSAUGA, ON, March 29, 2021 – FirstOnSite Restoration, Canada’s leading property restoration company, today announced that eight North American sister companies from Canada, the U.S., and Puerto Rico have adopted the Canadian name and are moving to a new unified brand – FIRST ONSITE.

“FIRST ONSITE is looking to redefine the industry with its unwavering mission to be the first to help, support and lead in the face of disaster,” said Dave Demos, Chief Executive Officer of FIRST ONSITE, Canada. “With today’s announcement, this shared promise aligns our collective efforts and positions us to be the only restoration partner Canadian businesses and homeowners will ever need.”

The combined company has more than 80 branch locations across Canada and the U.S. (including Puerto Rico and Hawaii). Given the geographical coverage, breadth of services and industry vertical specializations the company offers, FIRST ONSITE has the knowledge, resources, and commitment to provide a full suite of disaster preparedness and property restoration services like no other vendor.

In Canada, FIRST ONSITE has spent 13 years on the frontlines of high-risk situations due to climate change, natural disasters and weather-related events. It has been on site at some of the country’s most severe catastrophes such as the 2018 Greater Toronto Area (GTA) flood; Fort McMurray, BC and Slave Lake wildfires; the Goderich tornado; Hurricane Sandy; and the southern Alberta floods.

“The name says it all. FIRST ONSITE is embracing a name with a strong pedigree and solid reputation in Canada,” said Jenny Vandehey, Chief Brand Officer, FIRST ONSITE. “The joint effort of each legacy company throughout the branding journey provided a lens on best practices, strengths, unity and purpose that we collectively share going forward.”
The unified companies include multiple restoration brands under parent company FirstService Corporation’s holdings: Quebec’s Restauration PremièreAction, Interstate Restoration, Interstate Hawaii, Trilink Restoration Services, Super Restoration, CATCO, Rolyn and Perfection Property Restoration.

FIRST ONSITE is dedicated to helping customers – from homeowners to communities, to large multinational corporations – respond to and get back to business and life as quickly as possible after a natural disaster, or property-related emergency.

“Becoming FIRST ONSITE represents an important milestone in the company’s vision of being the North American leader in the disaster restoration industry,” said Jeff Johnson, Global CEO of FIRST ONSITE. “By uniting our 2,000 team members under one purpose, we look forward to helping customers large and small, prepare for as well as rebuild, restore and rise after an event.”

 

About FIRST ONSITE: North America’s Trusted Leader in Property Restoration
FIRST ONSITE Restoration is the largest independent North American disaster restoration services provider, providing emergency preparedness, remediation, restoration, and reconstruction services across Canada, the U.S. and Puerto Rico. FIRST ONSITE offers more than 2,000 employees, 80-plus branches and a combined 70-plus years of industry-leading experience and expertise with a commitment to customer service. FIRST ONSITE proudly serves the commercial, municipal, industrial and residential sectors. The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of FirstService Corporation.

Press Contacts:
Dana Sharman
MAVERICK For FIRST ONSITE
danas@wearemaverick.com
705-878-6493

Janine Yetke
Director of Marketing
FIRST ONSITE, Canada
janine.yetke@firstonsite.ca
416-779-9448

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Reduce COVID-19 Risk with a Workplace Safety Plan

  Property managers and business owners are focused on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting regular business operations and causing low building occupancy levels. But, don’t forget the importance of maintaining a consistent cadence of regular and preventative maintenance activities for safe building operations. Having a workplace safety plan can provide business and building occupants … Continued The post Reduce COVID-19 Risk with a Workplace Safety Plan appeared first on FIRST...

 

Property managers and business owners are focused on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting regular business operations and causing low building occupancy levels. But, don’t forget the importance of maintaining a consistent cadence of regular and preventative maintenance activities for safe building operations.

Having a workplace safety plan can provide business and building occupants comfort knowing their health and safety is your top priority.

LEARN PROPER SAFETY PROCEDURES TO REDUCE RISK AT YOUR BUSINESS

Reviewing and understanding Federal, Provincial, Municipal, and/or Health Canada guidelines for maintaining a healthy and safe work environment is a critical step to minimizing risk to your business. Proactively taking steps to create and maintain a clean and safe work environment demonstrates that you take the health and safety of your employees and occupants seriously.

Following these steps to produce a comprehensive workplace safety plan can reduce your COVID-19 risk and help you avoid other workplace safety issues resulting from the COVID-related complications of building shutdowns or reduced occupancy.

DEVELOP A COVID-19 WORKPLACE SAFETY PLAN

  • Inspect space and develop a plan to maintain social distancing requirements
  • Create a plan that allows for flexible work / staggered schedules and maintenance of remote work capabilities to limit building occupancy
  • Commit to monitoring and following public health guidelines
  • Implement and maintain safe, social distancing practices
  • Encourage frequent hand washing
  • Provide hand sanitizer stations
  • Develop a daily disinfection plan
  • Remind employees to stay home if they are sick

 

HAVE YOUR ENTIRE OFFICE CLEANED AND DECONTAMINATED

  • Decontaminate spaces, furnishings, and mechanical systems regularly or before employees return to the workplace
  • Deep clean and decontaminate if an employee, tenant or visitor becomes ill or tests positive for COVID-19

PLAN FOR MAINTAINANCE OF SAFE BUILDING OPERATIONS

Buildings with lower-than-usual occupancy levels can start exhibiting issues that can affect the health and safety of occupants, if not addressed.  Maintenance should continue, if at least on a reduced schedule, and building managers should:

  • Inspect for obvious signs of damage like broken windows or doors
  • Check for water leaks and check pipes for cracks or damage
  • Inspect for hazards (electrical, mechanical, structural, physical, etc.)

Two hidden risks you should consider are:

  1. Mould growth – with reduced occupancy and lower indoor heat loads, maintaining relative humidity levels through maintenance of building HVAC systems is critical to avoiding mould growth.
  2. Bacteria in water systems – lower water demands could lead to sitting and stagnant water, which could lead to the accumulation of bacteria in as little as 3-5 days. Operate and monitor all water systems on a regular basis to ensure safe hygiene. Ensure systems are flushed and cleaned before reopening.

 

TELL TEAM MEMBERS ABOUT YOUR SAFETY PLAN

Don’t assume your employees or tenants know what steps you’re taking to minimize risk — tell them! Communicating your plan will help provide some needed reassurance that their health and safety is your top priority.

KEEP YOUR WORKSPACE SAFE

Workplace safety during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a high priority for businesses. One of the best things you can do as a property manager or business owner is to implement a workplace safety plan. Planning for peace of mind is a wonderful thing.

To ensure your building is ready to reopen, schedule a consultation or reach out to your FIRST ONSITE Account Manager to discuss service options.

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