Written By CSLA HQ
Know a security professional who’s saved a life?
The Canadian Security Lifesaver Award was created to recognize the exceptional men and women working in front line security positions who, through their actions, have prevented a potentially life threatening injury or loss of life.
We review and determine award recipients on a quarterly basis. Our final nomination period for 2020 ends on December 18, so you still have a few days to nominate a security professional you know who has saved a life this year.
Award criteria falls under the following two categories:
- The nominee’s actions saved an individual who was showing no vital signs. Examples include saving an individual through the use of Automated External Defibrillator, Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation, or Naloxone.
- The nominee rescued an individual in immediate danger (as verified by credible witnesses). Examples include rescuing a victim from being assaulted/further assaulted by another individual, from a burning building, or from drowning.
For more information and to submit your nominee, please visit our nomination page here.
We look forward to hearing your stories of security heroes!