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RDC at LEARN Conference to Present Record Check Systems on October 23, 2017

Will your Police Service be attending the LEARN Conference?

The event will to be held on Ottawa on October 23rd. RDC is speaking at the event and demonstrating the Record Check system as well as running a design workshop aimed at assisting police services across Ontario. For more information, feel free to contact us at 613-260-1653 x 119.


RDC Powers Online Police Checks

On May 2, 2017 the Ottawa Police Service went live with Canada’s first ‘end-to-end’ online police check system.


Citizens in the National Capital Region and Gatineau are now able to request a police check and receive their results online without having to visit the Police Station in person. RDC’s police check system links with the RCMP and over 157 Police Agencies across Canada, providing police representatives with integrated and immediate results processing – all in compliance with Ontario’s LEARN principles.

Helping Make a Child’s Wish Come True

RDC is pleased to announce that it co-sponsored a $10,716 donation to the Make a Wish Foundation of Ottawa. Through a local funding raising group of Star Wars Costumers, RDC contributed to helping a child living with a life-threatening medical condition make their wish SWSponsorshipcome true.

Session with the Hon. Lisa Raitt – Minister of Labour for Canada

Senior Officials from the Department of Health and Safety for Guangdong Province met with the Minister of Labour for Canada as part of a week long Summit on Occupational Health and Safety. The objective was to exchange information on best practices between subject matter experts from both Canada and China.  Several leading OHS organizations participated in the event, which examined public policy, training and skills development, case studies with leading employers and use of software systems to improve safe work.01D - LP1

RDC and Willis College host International OHS Training Summit Ottawa 2013

Ottawa – Rogue Data Corporation has been invited by Willis College at the request of the Administration of Work Safety for Guangdong Province, China to host the Ontario, Canada – Guangdong, China OHS Training Summit Ottawa 2013. The event will take place in the City of Ottawa from May 27 to May 31, 2013.


This event engages senior officials and specialists from both Canadian and Chinese government organizations.

The delegation of fifteen (15) Chinese officials includes senior decision makers and operational civil servants who are keenly interested in learning about Canadian Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) systems.

Upon the delegation’s arrival, they will be greeted by the Hon. Lisa Raitt, the Minister of Labour of Canada and the Hon. Yasir Naqvi, the Minister of Labour for Ontario, and will be accompanied by Ottawa Mayor the Hon. Jim Watson. The Summit is an introductory OHS overview. Subject specialists from government, training organizations and OHS workers will introduce fundamental practices that promote and support safe workers and working environments in Canada.  Four distinct themes define the Summit.

1. Public Policy and Compliance
2. Services and Programs to train workers.
3. Case Studies on Implementation
4. OHS Management Systems

Official Press Release from Willis College: http://www.williscollege.com/pdf/pr-international-training-summit-ohs-2013.pdf