Indigenous communities and local government emergency management resources
Emergency management for local communities:
- Make and maintain emergency plans
- Assessment and analysis tools
- Response operations guides and templates
- Recovery and post-disaster resources
- Emergency Support Services
- Funding for community response and recovery
- Training staff and volunteers
- Volunteer programs we work with
We provide tools and resources to support local emergency management, acknowledging that there may be unique cultural and legislative considerations.
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Emergency program planning
Emergency planning at the community level is managed by the Indigenous governing body or local governments.
Emergency Support Services
The Emergency Support Services (ESS) program develops guidance and training for your local ESS team to provide short-term, basic support to people impacted by disasters.
This section helps you build your team, onboard the Evacuee Registration and Assistance (ERA) tool, and understand how ESS is delivered.
Training and education
Emergency management training opportunities for emergency responders is provided by the province.
Education programs and toolkits for youth education and social media messaging packages.
The provincial emergency exercise program is for government and our partners to practice responding to an emergency.