Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear and explosives events
Learn what to do in the event of bomb threats, nuclear emergencies, pandemic influenza, suspicious packages and power outages and learn how all levels of government within Canada have collaborated to develop a strategy to enhance and sustain Canada's resilience to these events.
What to do if you receive a bomb threat, if you have been notified of a bomb threat, or in the case of an explosion.
What to do if hazardous chemicals are released.
What to do if there is a nuclear or radiological incident and information on existing emergency plans.
Learn the steps Canadian families can take that will help federal, provincial and territorial governments, municipalities, companies and health care facilities respond, if necessary, to a flu pandemic.
Learn how to identify a suspicious package and learn what to do if you are worried about a package or letter you have received.
Learn how your family can be prepared to cope on your own during a power outage for at least 72 hours and learn what to do before, during and after a power outage.
A scalable, responsive, dynamic, sustainable and evidence-based approach for all contributors to chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear and explosive events.
How to spot potential UXO, a list of its confirmed locations, and safety procedures to follow should you encounter it.
What we are doing
Laws and regulations
- Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives Resilience Strategy for Canada
- Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives Resilience Action Plan for Canada
- The Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Strategy of the Government of Canada
- Your Emergency Preparedness Guide
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