DuPont Pioneer renews rural safety program
By Top Crop Manager
June 10, 2014, Chatham, Ont. – DuPont Pioneer is inviting applications from rural rescue organizations across Canada for the Funding Initiative for Rural Emergencies (F.I.R.E.). The program intends to provide much-needed rescue equipment and training for rural fire departments and emergency services.
The F.I.R.E. program launched in 2013 and the company committed more than $100,000 to 32 rural emergency departments across Canada. The funds assisted with the purchase of key equipment and training, ranging from grain bin rescue equipment, oxygen tank refill stations, ventilation fans and jaws of life rescue tools.
Rural rescue organizations interested in applying for the program may contact their Pioneer sales representative, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.