Emergency preparedness

Emergency preparedness

Learn about how you can prepare your family for an emergency and learn about how we are working with provincial and territorial governments, academia, national associations and non-governmental organizations to strengthen national emergency preparedness.

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Get Prepared

Learn how quick and easy it is for your family to become better prepared to face a range of emergencies – anytime, anywhere.

Emergency management planning

Learn about how we develop emergency management plans to strengthen the Government of Canada's ability to prevent, protect against, respond to and recover from major disasters and other emergencies.

Emergency management training

Learn about how we provide leadership for federal emergency management training through our partnership with the Canada School of Public Service and our ongoing work with federal partners and academia.

Emergency management exercises

Learn about how government, first responders and military officials work together in exercises that simulate emergency scenarios such as natural disasters, health threats and terrorist attacks to validate plans, training, etc., and identify areas for improvement.

National public alerting system

Learn how Canadians are warned of imminent threats to life or safety.

Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear and explosives resilience

A scalable, responsive, dynamic, sustainable and evidence-based approach for all contributors to chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear and explosive events.

Communications interoperability

Learn about how we work to improve voice and data communications so that emergency responders can communicate across all disciplines and between all levels, on demand.


Flood Ready

Floods are among the most frequent and costly natural disasters in Canada. Take steps to protect your property.

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