Targeted Engagement on National Risk Profile
Current status: Open
This targeted engagement commenced in April 2021 and will continue until March 2024.
The National Risk Profile (NRP) is a strategic national risk and capability assessment that uses scientific evidence and stakeholder input from subject matter experts to create a forward-looking picture of Canada's disaster risks and capabilities to strengthen national resilience to natural and human-induced hazards.
The NRP is being implemented in rounds. The first round has focused primarily on floods, wildfires and earthquakes. In future years, the scope of the NRP will expand to include a broader range of natural hazards, eventually encompassing all-hazards, including those that are human-induced.
This engagement seeks targeted input from subject matter experts within the shared national emergency management system, and seeks to gather distinction-based views and perspectives from First Nations, Métis and Inuit representatives, academics and emergency management professionals to learn more about current and future risks due to selected natural hazards.
How to Participate
To participate in this engagement, please contact the NRP Team at: email@example.com.
Public Safety Canada is only seeking input from emergency management subject matter experts within Canada, and from First Nations, Métis and Inuit representatives, from organizations such as:
- The private sector, such as professional associations;
- Academic institutions or researchers;
- Civil society organizations; and,
- Regional and National level organizations.
For more information about the initiative, please reach out to the NRP Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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