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This award is presented to a company that has distinguished itself through creativity and innovation in the implementation of fire prevention tools.

It recognizes the company's overall efforts, impact, and results.

Photo Credit: Avant-Plan Studio

Recipient 2022

PMU Quebec Inc.

For several years now, once a year, PMU Québec inc. has given itself the social mandate of choosing an organization that is committed to the well-being of people, and whose priority is the safety of their clientele. In 2022, PMU Québec has chosen ; Source Bleue, a palliative care home located in Boucherville, on the south shore of Montreal.

Manon De Maisonneuve, Volunteer Coordinator and Nathalie Savoie, General Manager, House of Palliative Care Source Bleue, Pascal Parent, President and Jean-Pierre Lacombe, Director of Operations and Emergency Measures, PMU Québec

Boucherville, December 5, 2022—It is with enormous gratitude that the members of the General Management team at Source Bleue Palliative Care Home and the Source Bleue Foundation thank Mr. Pascal Parent, President of PMU Quebec, for his generous donation of an emergency measures plan for the entire facility.

“Emergency management is such a vast and complex field that the reasonable assurance of having planned for everything and being well-prepared for every eventuality seems impossible.

Structuring a coherent overall plan requires more than the good will of each one of us; it requires the contribution of experts. Such a challenge includes the inspection of building equipment and recommendations, the complete production of site descriptions and emergency procedures, and staff training including evacuation drills.

For Source Bleue house, the implementation and up-to-date maintenance of such a plan is an essential prerequisite for obtaining MSSS accreditation. This much-needed donation from Pascal Parent, President of PMU Quebec, not only represents a sum of $10,000, but more than that, it enables the entire team to appreciate the feeling of safety, and who knows, maybe one day, to save lives”.

- Réjean Moreau, former Executive Director, Maison de care palliatives Source Bleue

“It's a pleasure to give generously of our time to help our community. The mission of Maison Source Bleue makes a big difference in our society. It ensures precious care for adults at the end of life.

When the heart speaks, the mind listens''.

– Pascal Parent, president PMU Québec

About the Home of Palliative Care Source Blue

Source Bleue Home is a private, non-profit organization whose mission is to welcome adults at the end of life, free of charge, and provide them with the best specialized care and services. With an annual budget of $3.2 million, approximately 50% of which comes from the Ministry of Health, the Source Bleue Foundation is responsible for finding the remaining $1.6 million annually. La Source Bleue serves all towns in the Montérégie region. With its 16 rooms, it is one of the largest in Quebec.
Source: Sylvie Bouchard, Executive Director

Fondation Source Bleue, 450 641-3165 poste 253

About PMU Quebec

Efficient emergency measures for companies and organizations wishing to keep abreast of current legal requirements. Our team of certified experts makes us the leader in emergency measures in Quebec. In fact, we are recognized for the quality of our work and, above all, for the implementation of emergency measures, employee and resident training, certifications and approvals of all kinds, by our customers, our peers and all decision-makers in the field of civil protection.
Source : Pascal Parent, President

PMU Québec, 450 845-3366 poste 248

$2,800 for Project DREAM!

On the occasion of the Association of Fire Prevention Technicians and the Association of Fire Safety and Emergency Response Managers' conventions, held successively from October 14 to 19, Pascal Parent, President of PMU Québec and also President of the Foundation for Quebec Firefighters' DREAM campaign for serious burn victims, solicited the support of participants by organizing a draw for an autographed frame of Alex Ovechkin.

Over $2,800 was added to the DREAM campaign, bringing the total raised to date to over $110,000! The campaign's final goal is $150,000.

Congratulations to the winner, Mr. Danny Skene, Director of the Senneterre Fire Department.

About the DREAM project

The DREAM project is unique in the country in that it uses virtual reality to manage the pain and anxiety of children with burns during treatment.


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