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How To Manage Files and Backups at 40+ Locations

FirstOnSite is an established and expanding national entity with over 1,100 employees, 40+ locations and 20 affiliate partners providing remediation, restoration and reconstruction services to Canadians. But 4 years ago the company was newly minted business made up of a number of highly regarded regional organizations from across the country. The goal was to develop a consistent service delivery model …

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FirstOnSite Provides Relief for Spring Thaw Victims

The recent spring thaw has left many homeowners on Canada’s East Coast with flooded basements. In Prince Edward Island, FirstOnSite has been working diligently to restore order, with some crews working 15 hour days just to keep up with the demand. Similar to those in P.E.I., residents of Moncton, New Brunswick have also been left dealing with the unwelcome remnants …

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University of Rimouski Fire Restoration

In May 2009, a fire alarm was triggered and an alarm rang at the Rimouski fire department, requiring the assistance of two other fire departments (Bic and St-Anaclet).  The fire had started on the roof of the main building of the University of Rimouski, causing severe and various damage on 5 floors of 3 different wings. The damaged areas included …

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FirstOnSite Launches Business Preparedness Program

In a recent news article posted on Canadian Underwriter, FirstOnSite’s revolutionary PREP Program, the first of its kind within Canada’s Disaster Restoration Industry, was featured. FirstOnSite’s Priority Response Emergency Plan is a partnership plan – a collaboration between commercial organizations and FirstOnSite to help  businesses prepare for a property disaster, and get them quickly back in business should one occur. …

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FirstOnSite’s Proprietary Technology Enables Transparent Billing

When disaster strikes, it is necessary that crews get to work as soon as possible – especially when the disaster affects large commercial businesses. According to the US-based Strategic Institute, Companies that aren’t able to resume operation within 10 days of a disaster are not likely to survive.” In the event of a large commercial loss, tracking mitigation costs can …

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