MORE THAN RESCUE
Tundra provides confined space, rope access, training and industrial services in all kinds of working environments.
Tundra Rescue was founded in 2011 by Canadian military veterans with expertise in mountain operations and a vision to create a consultancy that could provide types of specialist rescue assistance to organisations working in remote areas.
We completed our first rope access work assignment on a wind turbine in late 2011 and today, following various changes in management and strategy and a lot of growth over the last decade, we are a recognised specialist provider of industrial and commercial safety, maintenance, technical access, rope access and training solutions in all kinds of working environments and sectors.
Our customers range from small local companies to some of Canada’s largest and most well-known firms and brands.
We are called Tundra Rescue but we offer much more than just rescue services.
Our main office is situated in the Cleaview township of Ontario, but our flexible operational model allows us to support customers throughout Ontario, with our typical worksites include the Toronto, Hamilton, Mississauga, Brampton, Niagara, Barrie, Sudbury and Ottawa areas, and we have completed tasks successfully both nationally in different provinces in Canada, and internationally.
Our mission is to bring a dynamic and customer-focused approach to delivering the highest-quality rescue, access, safety and associated training and technical solutions.
Brent Stockford, Managing Director
Brent joined Tundra in 2011 in an operations management role following 20 years of business management experience primarily acquired with well-known multi-national companies in the retail and manufacturing sectors involving both business to business and business to consumer responsibilities.
He assumed management responsibility for Tundra Rescue in 2014 and became a group director in 2016. Brent is widely-regarded for his ability to understand and coordinate the technical, human and commercial elements of industrial and safety projects. His qualifications include a BBA from Carleton University.
Jeremy Smith, Principal Consultant and Advisor
After early formative career experiences serving with the British Army and working overseas for United Nations agencies, from 2006 Jeremy spent five years living in the Middle East managing an analysis capability for a non-financial risk company prior to its acquisition by one of the largest security companies in the world.
He first joined Tundra in 2011 as a consultant assigned to direct risk consultancy projects, and he became a manager in 2012 and partner in 2016. His certifications and qualifications include CISSP, CRISC, TechIOSH and an MBA from Imperial College London. Jeremy has successfully supported organisations manage their risk, safety and strategy for projects in more than 25 countries.
Some of us do have military or emergency services experience but Tundra Rescue’s priority today is meeting the diverse requirements of our industrial and commerical clients across Ontario, and we recruit based on the skills and and qualities these clients need.
When necessary we supplement our permanent staff with a carefully selected and managed pool of part-time specialists, ensuring we have the right people available for each task whenever they are needed.
Our operations staff are supported by an administrative section which manages new business inquiries, logistics, equipment, compliance, human resources, finances and follow-up administration.
Tundra Rescue and Tundra Group are trading names for Tundra International Inc. Founded in 2006, this risk management organization and its affiliate companies have provided various types of operational security, safety and training assistance globally for more than fifteen years to clients including five national governments.
For further information about our solutions for technical access, safety, and maintenance issues, contact us today.