Coastal response 2022 event materials
Participants of Coastal Response Exercise 2022 workshops and preparation exercises will find presentations and other useful materials here.
2021, February tabletop exercise
Exercise Coastal Response Tabletop Exercise Two (TTX 2), is a two-day discussion-based exercise designed to examine specified areas of activation and response, focusing on critical infrastructure and logistics, in the 48 to 96 hours following a hypothetical earthquake in the Southwest Region.
These are the materials provided during the exercise and post-event reports.
- TTX2 Handbook (PDF, 1.3MB)
- Coastal response exercise scenario (PDF, 5.2MB)
- Disaster response routes (PDF, 2.4MB) - planning reference only
- Critical Infrastructure Map (PNG, 2.8MB)
- Shake map (PNG, 4.7MB)
- TTX2 After-action Review - April 15, 2021 (PDF, 963KB)
Previous event materials
2020, February 5 and 6 tabletop exercise
Exercise Coastal Response Tabletop Exercise One (TTX 1), is a two-day discussion-based exercise designed to examine specified areas of activation and response in the initial 48 hours following a hypothetical earthquake in the Southwest Region.
The materials provided during the exercise are posted here and any post-event reports will be posted as they become available.
November 12 to 15 Workshops
November 12 – Government and business continuity workshop
- Continuity of Government presentation - Citizens' Services (PDF)
- Workforce Planning & Succession Management - Citizens' Service (PDF)
- Emergency Management in Local Governments - Auditor General (PDF)
November 13 – Logistics workshop
- Provincial Logistics Plan presentation - Emergency Management BC (PDF)
- Planning and Logistics presentation - Government of Canada (PDF)
- Logistic Planning presentation - Transportation & Infrastructure (PDF)
- Disaster Logistics presentation - North Shore Emergency Management (PDF)
November 14 – Damage assessment workshop
- Post-disaster Building Assessment presentation - BC Housing (PDF)
- Critical Infrastructure Considerations Following a Catastrophic Earthquake - Emergency Management BC (PDF)
November 15 – Mass care