Emergency medical response

Contacting us

If you are in need of medical assistance, never hesitate to call our emergency line at 250-721-7599 (local 7599).We are ready to help and often just seconds away with lifesaving equipment.


Campus Security Officers are certified with the Worksafe BC-Occupational First Aid Level 2 and the Red Cross- Automated Defibrillator courses.

The Security Officer helping you or someone you know has excellent first aid training, many are also trained paramedics. We deal with a variety of calls on a weekly basis. From cuts and scrapes to cardiac arrests, we are prepared for the unique environment the campus offers us as first responders.


We are well equipped for any emergency. Our emergency vehicles carry fully stocked first aid bags, oxygen equipment and a defibrillator.

The automated external defibrillator is a new piece of equipment that has been added to our service. These devices, called defibrillators, have proven to be valuable tools in the treatment of cardiac arrest patients. Studies have shown that successful resuscitation of a cardiac arrest patient is dependent on rapid response and early initiation of defibrillation and resuscitation techniques. They save lives!

Emergency care follow-up

All emergency care is handed over to BC Ambulance or Fire department crews as they arrive on scene.