Campus Response Team
Established in 1998, the Campus Response Team (CRT) is a student-run service that provides support to the uWaterloo campus. By offering their services to all major events and activities taking place on campus, CRT plays a crucial role in the safety of students. Through rigorous training of its members, CRT is equipped to provide assistance in emergency situations requiring First Aid and CPR. In cases of more serious emergencies that may occur during an event, CRT responders are trained to take charge of a scene and provide the initial response prior to the arrival of Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
You must fulfill the following prerequisites in order to be eligible to apply to CRT:
- Must be an undergraduate student at the University of Waterloo.
- Must have a valid Standard First Aid and any level of CPR certification (CPR HCP is recommended) from a recognized Canadian agency (Canadian Red Cross, St. John Ambulance, Lifesaving Society or Canadian Ski Patrol).
- Must be able to commit to a minimum of two terms with CRT.
You may apply to CRT online here. You can also pick up a paper application from our office in SLC 3103.
For more information about joining CRT and time commitment, please see below or email our Directors of Membership at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer for CRT's Casualty Simulation (CasSim)
Every term, CRT will take volunteers from the community and host a large scale in-house first-aid competition called CasSim. This competition simulates a variety of challenging on-campus emergencies with CRT members responding and being evaluated by their peers.
Sign on as a CasSim Volunteer here: http://bit.ly/1WUsSoN
Monday - Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Service Coordinator (Administration)
Service Coordinator (Operations)
Sarah Debebe and Colin Whaley
Directors of Training
Shannon Lan and Lilia Shaban
Directors of Membership
Liam Healey and Tatiana Portelli-Graham
Directors of Advocacy and Promotions
Director of Scheduling
Director of Inventory
Director of Communications
Director of Research and Development
Presish Bhattachan, Dana Miettinen, Olusegun Odumosu, Liam Ralph, and Paula Sahyoun