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  • Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board > Home
    Our Primary Goals are to protect the public interest disseminate 9 1 1 information maintain the integrity of the 9 1 1 system advance the feature set of the 9 1 1 system work with lawmakers to influence 9 1 1 decisions monitor telephone technology as it affects 9 1 1 answering points and the public Board Membership The OAB membership is comprised of 9 1 1 responders Police Fire EMS agencies representatives of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario AMO Bell Canada and other parties Members are volunteers with an expertise in 9 1 1 legislation municipal services 9 1 1 answering points as well as Police Fire and EMS dispatch centers Bell Canada 9 1 1 BID 13 Document Terminal to Network Interface Version 16 ALL PSAPs SHOULD BE AWARE OF THE DETAILS CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT Issued to provide details regarding Bell Canada s plans to introduce a new ALI platform planned for deployment in the third quarter of 2012 This new ALI platform will be IP based only CALL 9 1 1 TO REPORT IMPAIRED DRIVING DISTRACTED DRIVING CAN KILL DON T TEMPT FATE THAT TEXT CAN WAIT Public Service Announcement regarding texting while driving MULTI CULTURAL PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT VIDEOS Punjabi Speaking 9 1 1 Communicator Punjabi Grandmother and Grandson Mandarin Senior s Medical Emergency Mandarin Car Accident Needs Ttranslator Pocket Dialled 9 1 1 Calls POCKET DIALED 9 1 1 CALLS PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS Fact Across Ontario thousands of pocket dialed 9 1 1 calls are made every day approximately 200 300 calls per day in Toronto alone That s 10 of the volume of 9 1 1 calls Click on the links below to learn more how you can help to alleviate this problem for YOUR Emergency Services OAB911 OACP Joint Media Release

    Original URL path: http://www.oab911.ca/ (2013-01-28)
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  • Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board > Home
    Our Primary Goals are to protect the public interest disseminate 9 1 1 information maintain the integrity of the 9 1 1 system advance the feature set of the 9 1 1 system work with lawmakers to influence 9 1 1 decisions monitor telephone technology as it affects 9 1 1 answering points and the public Board Membership The OAB membership is comprised of 9 1 1 responders Police Fire EMS agencies representatives of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario AMO Bell Canada and other parties Members are volunteers with an expertise in 9 1 1 legislation municipal services 9 1 1 answering points as well as Police Fire and EMS dispatch centers Bell Canada 9 1 1 BID 13 Document Terminal to Network Interface Version 16 ALL PSAPs SHOULD BE AWARE OF THE DETAILS CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT Issued to provide details regarding Bell Canada s plans to introduce a new ALI platform planned for deployment in the third quarter of 2012 This new ALI platform will be IP based only CALL 9 1 1 TO REPORT IMPAIRED DRIVING DISTRACTED DRIVING CAN KILL DON T TEMPT FATE THAT TEXT CAN WAIT Public Service Announcement regarding texting while driving MULTI CULTURAL PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT VIDEOS Punjabi Speaking 9 1 1 Communicator Punjabi Grandmother and Grandson Mandarin Senior s Medical Emergency Mandarin Car Accident Needs Ttranslator Pocket Dialled 9 1 1 Calls POCKET DIALED 9 1 1 CALLS PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS Fact Across Ontario thousands of pocket dialed 9 1 1 calls are made every day approximately 200 300 calls per day in Toronto alone That s 10 of the volume of 9 1 1 calls Click on the links below to learn more how you can help to alleviate this problem for YOUR Emergency Services OAB911 OACP Joint Media Release

    Original URL path: http://www.oab911.ca/Home/tabid/1847/language/en-US/Default.aspx (2013-01-28)
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  • News
    dialed 9 1 1 calls Following are some educational links regarding pocket dialed 9 1 1 calls Canadian Wireless Telecommunication Association Dialing 9 1 1 CBC News web site Police Launch Campaign to End 9 1 1 Pocket Dials VIMEO web site City of Calgary Accidental Calls to 9 1 1 Wireless Phase II E9 1 1 The following documents presented at the NENA National Emergency Number Association Conference and Trade Show hosted in London Ontario from 12 16 September 2009 relate to the implementation of Wireless Cellular Enhance 9 1 1 Service as well as Next Generation 9 1 1 Service NG 9 1 1 across Canada Bell Canada Wireless Phase II in Canada Bell Mobility Presentation Power Point Ontario 9 1 1 Advisory Board Presentation TELUS E9 1 1 Roll out Bell Canada NG 9 1 1 Presentation OAB 911 Public Service Announcement OAB 911 Public Service Announcement Video Other Announcements Bell Canada 9 1 1 BID 13 Document Terminal to Network Interface Version 16 ALL PSAPs SHOULD BE AWARE OF THE DETAILS CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT Issued to provide details regarding Bell Canada s plans to introduce a new ALI platform planned for deployment in the third

    Original URL path: http://www.oab911.ca/News/tabid/1865/language/en-US/Default.aspx (2013-01-28)
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  • Links
    Bell Canada National Emergency Number Association NENA International National Emergency Number Association NENA of Ontario Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Ontario Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services Ontario Provincial Police OPP Other Links Terms of Reference Constitution Terms of Reference Constitution Terms Of

    Original URL path: http://www.oab911.ca/Links/tabid/1867/language/en-US/Default.aspx (2013-01-28)
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  • FAQ
    group of supporters We have received periodic payments of 500 from the Rural Ontario Municipal Association ROMA and a one time provincial grant from three ministries totalling 30 000 which has sustained the OAB 911 since 1998 Although created by the Association of Municipalities of Ontario AMO we have not received any financial contributions from that body or the current Provincial government While constantly applauded for our efforts to harness the various telephone carriers and modern technology in order to ensure the safe delivery of 911 there has been no consistent ongoing financial assistance Q What other groups represent the interests of the citizens of Ontario as it relates to the service of 911 A The OAB 911 is the only group representing the interests of the citizens on Ontario in matters relating to the safe delivery of 911 service in Ontario We consistently confront the business interests of the various private providers of phone services and their solicitors across the Province who pursue their own financial agenda rather than the maintenance and advancement of the existing safe and effective 911 system Q What is the projected OAB 911 annual budget and what will the monies be used for A

    Original URL path: http://www.oab911.ca/FAQ/tabid/1868/language/en-US/Default.aspx (2013-01-28)
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  • Members
    one 1 Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs representative one 1 APCO Canada representative Association of Public Safety Communications Officials one 1 NENA Ontario representative National Emergency Number Association one 1 City of Toronto representative seven 7 Association of Municipalities of Ontario AMO caucus representatives one 1 Association of Municipality of Ontario AMO staff representative NON VOTING APPOINTMENTS The non voting appointments to the Ontario 9 1 1 Advisory Board are

    Original URL path: http://www.oab911.ca/Members/tabid/1872/language/en-US/Default.aspx (2013-01-28)
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  • Sub-Committees
    Bryan Baxter Member Judy Broomfield Member Tom Voisey Public Relations Chair John Molyneaux Member Jim Friend Member Nancy Banks Technical Information Chair Peter Glen Member Nancy Banks Wireless Nomadic Chair Judy Broomfield Member Peter Glen Wirelines Chair Mark Hull Member Dave Hanly Member Pat Berry Ad Hoc Sustainable Funding Chair Dave Hanly Member AMO staff representative Ad Hoc Public Service Announcement Chair John Molyneaux Member Peter Glen Member Judy Broomfield

    Original URL path: http://www.oab911.ca/SubCommittees/tabid/1873/language/en-US/Default.aspx (2013-01-28)
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  • Minutes
    February 2011 7 June 2011 27 September 2011 2010 23 March 2010 11 May 2010 21 September 2010 23 November 2010 2009 13 January 2009 17 February 2009 28 April 2009 29 September 2009 23 November 2009 2008 19 February 2008 20 May 2008 16 September 2008 18 November 2008 2007 20 February 2007 15 May 2007 11 September 2007 2006 6 February 2006 16 May 2006 19 September 2006

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