Municipal Emergency Management Procedures Handbook
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This unique publication addresses the logistical and operational aspects of emergency and disaster relief situations and the legislative frameworks that govern such crisis situations.
- Emergency legislation and executive authority at the federal, provincial and municipal levels
- Emergency planner/manager's role and function
- Planning responses to weather emergencies and natural disasters and industrial accidents that include prevention, mitigation, response and recovery phases
- Utility and infrastructure related emergencies - including computer bugs and hacking, sabotage and power outages
- Public order emergencies that require evacuations
- Post disaster issues
Features checklists, fact-patterns and case-studies plus a sample emergency plan.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Emergency Legislation and Executive Authority
Chapter 3: The Municipal Emergency Planner/Manager's Role and Function
Chapter 4: Emergency Site Management and its Application to Municipal
Chapter 5: Weather-related Emergencies and Natural Disasters
Chapter 6: Industrial Accidents and Emergencies
Chapter 7: Utility and Infrastructure Related Emergencies
Chapter 8: Emergencies Service Problems Chapter 9: Special Issues Related
to Disaster Recovery
Appendix: Regional Municipality of Halton Emergency Plan