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Congratulations to All Participating Teams and Thank You to All the Volunteers that made the day possible. Our 2024 OMFRC Provincial Competition was held on Saturday May 11, 2024 at FESTI – The Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute in Mississauga, Ontario. Morning registration opened at 7:00am with over 230 volunteers and 22 teams participating in the day long event. The competition ran through the day with six Cycles and six Scenarios for all the Pro, AMFR, Adult SFA and Youth SFA teams rotating through the experiences through the day. A reception and awards presentation followed.

Congratulations to Team 4 – Toronto, Team 12 – York Simcoe Muskoka and Team 8 – York Simcoe Muskoka for placing 3rd, 2nd and 1st, respectively in the Youth SFA Category!

Congratulations to Team 11 – Toronto, Team 22 – York Simcoe Muskoka and Team 18 – York Simcoe Muskoka for placing 3rd, 2nd and 1st, respectively in the Adult SFA Category!

A special call-out to the two Federal District (Ottawa) teams joining the Ontario Medical First Response Competition for the first time and placing 1st and 3rd in our AMFR team category! Congratulations to Team 6 – Hanover, for their 2nd Place finish!

Congratulations to Team 5 – Hamilton, Halton, Haldimand, for their 1st Place finish in our AMFR Professional Category.

Our 2024 OMFRC Zone Competition was held on Saturday March 2, 2024 at a variety of venues across the Province. Registration had opened on Friday January 5, 2024 and closed on Friday February 9, 2024 at midnight with 56 teams having registered.    Questions relating to Zone Competition may be sent to zonelead@omfrc.ca. Based on team results, twenty-four teams were invited to our Provincial event on May 11th in Mississauga.

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The history of St. John Ambulance first aid competitions dates back to the 1890’s in England, to 1914 in Canada and to 1918 in Ontario.

The objectives of these first aid competitions are to improve the efficiency and quality of care provided by first aiders, to accustom first aiders to work in all types of surroundings, to build confidence in first aiders, to stimulate a healthy rivalry between competing teams, to provide the opportunity for competitors to meet and interact with their colleagues from across the province, and to allow members of the public to view the excellent care St. John Ambulance trained first aiders provide.

The “Policies, Procedures, and Rules” can be found within this official Ontario Medical First Response Competition website.