From local stand-by rescue support through to international technical project planning and operations, Tundra Rescue specializes in providing solutions for technical access, safety and maintenance problems.
Founded in 2011 by Canadian military veterans with expertise in mountain operations, our permanent staff are subject matter experts in rescue, Rope Access and health and safety-related fields which we supplement from a pool of carefully-selected consultants, typically also with prior Emergency Services or military experience and technical trade skills. We are headquartered in the Clearview township of Ontario, approximately 90 minutes due north of central Toronto, and we support customers throughout the province and beyond.
Our vision is to bring a dynamic and customer-focused approach to delivering the highest quality rescue, access, safety and associated training and technical solutions.
Our customers include some of Canada's largest companies in industries that include energy, construction, manufacturing, chemical engineering, and food and beverage production, as well as a few specialized military and law enforcement units.
With many years of experience in the Industrial sector, we understand the dynamics and restrictions of your industry. Our technicians know how to effectively work along side your team.
We approach our work with an ethos of professionalism, efficiency, and ambition to deliver objectives in difficult conditions, originating from our early Canadian Forces' roots.
Our industry requires that we work closely with members of the emergency services. Further, many of our technicians are active duty firefighters or paramedics. Risk management is at our core.
Tundra Rescue is a constituent part of Tundra Group.
Founded in 2007 and with past performance through acquisitions from 1989, Tundra Group is a business advisory and risk management organization.
Tundra Group has provided operational and training assistance globally to organizations that include the governments of Canada, the United States, France, Finland and Japan; all of Canada’s major media networks; and businesses from sectors as diverse as oil and gas and organic cosmetics.
Tundra Rescue is therefore able to benefit from the shared knowledge, experience and support of being part of an established international organization, while still retaining flexibility, energy and high degree of customer-orientation associated with a dynamic, growing business.