We are continually looking for ways to support emergency planning for those in our community who face increased risk in disasters.
Below is a list of online resources on emergency preparedness for those who are from vulnerable populations. Links to specialized planning guides and websites for organizations who serve at risk populations are also provided.
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Disability Planning Resources
- Disability Alliance of BC
The Disability Alliance of BC is working collaboratively with a broad network of disability organizations and people with disabilities to build relationships with the emergency management sector. Below is some helpful information on what to do in the event of an earthquake.
- Inclusive Emergency Preparedness Canada
IEPC is a partnership between the March of Dimes Canada, Canadian Red Cross and the Inclusive Preparedness Center to provide disaster preparedness training and resources to people with disabilities in Canada.
- Workplace Emergency Planning For Workers with Disabilities - A Handbook for Employers and Workers (2008)
- Learning C-MIST: Train the Trainer, Helping Individuals with Disabilities Create Emergency Preparedness Plans (2008)
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