Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan

The Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) is Emergency Management BC's emergency planning structure. The base plan is the B.C. All Hazard Plan. The B.C. All Hazard Plan outlines the provincial concept of operations as well as the roles and responsibilities that are applicable in all emergencies or disasters. Support Annexes are also all-hazard documents that detail functional aspects of emergency management, such as Public Information or Public Health and Medical Services. The Hazard Specific Annexes address provincial response and coordination regarding more common or high-risk hazards.

B.C. All Hazard Plan

B.C. All Hazard Plan (PDF)

Support Annexes

Financial Management of Emergency Response Costs (PDF)

PECC/PREOC Deployment (PDF, 2.8MB)

Public Health and Medical Services (PDF 5.9MB)

Public Information (PDF)

Hazard-Specific Annexes

B.C. Earthquake Immediate Response Plan (PDF)

Provincial Flood Emergency Plan (PDF)

Pandemic Influenza Provincial Coordination Plan (PDF, 3.7MB)

Tsunami Notification Process Plan (PDF, 1.7MB)

Provincial Coordination Plan for Wildland Urban Interface Fires (PDF, 1.9MB)