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The goal is to the help the organization and its network to have the tools and training to plan for any event(s) to ensure business-continuity.
How We Work
GTA-EMCI will do a complete analysis of company's current emergency plans and make recommendations on how to align with Incident Management Systems (IMS) standards and best practices.
To adapt and expand upon the current emergency plan so it can be effective in all incidents, large (e.g., pandemics) and small (e.g., staffing/volunteer shortages), align with Emergency Management Ontario and be adopted and implemented throughout the entire organization (local, regional and provincial).
The goal is to the help the organization and its network to have the tools to respond to any events to ensure business-continuity.
Incident Management System Training (IMS)
Learn Provincially standardized Incident Management System (IMS)
Most efficient and effective way to manage any incident (large or small)
Learn Level 100
Learn Level 200
2. Align your Emergency Preparedness Plan with the Provincial IMS model
3. Emergency kits
4. Practice using a variety of exercises, and drills
5. Annual Update of Emergency Preparedness Plan
6. Orientation and onboarding training plans for new staff
Emergency Preparedness Plan (EPP)
Emergency Preparedness Plan is used as required for operational issues and emergencies
It can be used for:
Excessive staff absence
Small or large events
Loss of IT systems
Power outages (short or long)
Identifies hazards and risks
Creates opportunities to prevent and/or mitigate issues
Incorporated into Onboarding and Training of new staff
Practice, practice, practice
A variety of Exercises and Drills
Annual review and version control
Updating Toolbox Resource Section
Emergency Operations Centre Training (EOC)
The Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) supports the work of the senior leadership of an organization.
The EOC is an off-site support to a site-specific event/incident. This support usually includes the provision of strategic direction, guidance and resources.
The EOC focus is on what needs to be done, and who has the expertise/knowledge and authority to carry out required tasks.