Section 1

INTRODUCTION

1.1     Emergency Definition

1.2     Legislation

1.3     Aim of Plan

1.4     Intent of Plan

1.5     Conceptual Response

1.6     Implementation

1.7     Callout

1.8     Emergency Management Program Committee

1.9     Emergency Management Reporting Structure Chart

 

Section 2

RISK ANALYSIS

2.1     Risk Analysis Definition

2.2     Technique of Assessment

2.3     Reason for a Risk Analysis

2.4     Potential Threats

2.5     Additional Information Sections

2.6     Population

2.7     Rail Lines and Air Service

2.8     Waterways

2.9     Health Care

2.10   Utilities

2.11   Communications

2.12   Amateur Radio

2.13   Media Coverage

2.14   Public Transportation

2.15   E.A.R.S.  Emergency Alert Radio System

2.16   Cable Television

2.17   Reciprocal Aid Agreements

 

Section 3

IMPLEMENTATION OF EMERGENCY PLAN

3.1     Emergency Preparedness

3.2     Types of Emergencies

3.3     Type of Management Operations

3.4     Pre Emergency Operations

3.5     Life Saving Operations

3.6     Recovery Phase

3.7     Reconnaissance

3.8     Activation of Primary Control Group

3.9     Notifying Primary Control Group

3.10   What Implementation Results In

3.11   Implementation

3.12   Actual Callout

3.13   Actual Callout (Continued)

3.14   Notify Primary Group for Aamjiwnaang Community

3.15   When it is used

 

Communications Flow Chart (Diagram)

 

Section 4

EVACUATION / Containment & Notification

4.1     Evacuation Definition

4.2     Shelter-in-place Definition

4.3     Public Notification Definition

4.4     Evacuation Routes

4.5     When to Evacuate

4.6     When to Issue A Shelter-In-Place Order

4.7     How to Evacuate

4.8     Public Notification

4.9     Reception Centre Definition

4.10   Who Sets Up a Reception Centre

4.11   Reception Centre Manager

4.12   Reception Centre Kit

4.13   Recognized Large Scale Reception Centres

4.14   For smaller incidents

 

Section 5

DECLARATION OF AN EMERGENCY

5.1     Declaration of Emergency Definition

5.2     Who Declares an Emergency

5.3     How is an Emergency Declared

5.4     A Community Emergency may be terminated any time by:

5.5     When terminating an emergency, the Mayor will notify:

5.6     EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND CIVIL PROTECTION ACT

 

Section 6

EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTRE

6.1     Emergency Operation Centre Definition

6.2     When it is Used

6.3     Location

6.4     Alternative Location

6.5     Operation Centre Equipment

6.6     Flow of Communications

6.7     Incident Command System

6.8     Operating Cycle

 

Event Information Tracking

 

Section 7

CONCEPT OF SITE COORDINATION

7.1     Site Co-ordination Definition

7.2     Emergency Site Management Definition

7.3     Municipal Emergency Site Manager Definition

7.4     Emergency Mobile Command Post Definition

7.5     Incident Commanders Definition

7.6     Emergency Site Managers & Primary Control Group

7.7     Primary Control Group

7.8     Purpose of Emergency Response

7.9     Aim of Emergency Site Management Team

7.10   Available Resources

7.11   Personnel Management

7.12   Vital Information

7.13   Reconnaissance Efforts

7.14   Maintain Good Communication

7.15   Pre-Planning

7.16   Line of Authority

7.17   Legal Authority

7.18   Conserve Resources

7.19   Promote Co-operation and Co-ordination

7.20   Logistics of Emergency Site

7.21   Compliance and Ownership

7.22   Three Stages of Emergency Management

7.23   Initial Response Phase

7.24   Identification of Site Command Post

7.25   Placement of the Site Command Post

7.26   Perimeters and Emergency Zones/Site Layout

7.27   C.V.E.C.O. Passes

7.28   Access and Egress Routes

7.29   Staging Area

7.30   Media Information Centres

7.31   Temporary Morgue and Property Office

7.32   Responsibilities of Individual Agencies

7.33   Initial Relief

7.34   Assurance of Continuity

 

Emergency Plan Flow Chart (Diagram)

 

Section 8

MEDIA POLICY

8.1     Media Outlet Definition

8.2     Division of Media Policy

8.3     Three Stages of an Emergency

8.4     The Infancy Stage

8.5     Control Stage

8.6     Restoration Stage

8.7     Life Saving Stage

8.8     Pre-Emergency Notification

8.9     Infancy Stage

8.10   Head of Council and Media Releases

8.11   Communicating Progress of an Emergency

8.12   Medias Efforts to Cover the Story

8.13   CAER Media Identification Cards or Industry Incidents

8.14   Site Media Centre

8.15   If Emergency Site is not accessible

8.16   Location of Secondary Media Briefing Room

8.17   Media Briefings

8.18   Out-of-Town Media

8.19   Public Information Officers Emergency Communications

8.20   City of Sarnia Public Awareness Program

 

Section 9

PRIMARY CONTROL GROUP - Responsibilities

9.1     Primary Control Group Definition

9.2     Purpose of the Primary Control Group

9.3     Head of Council Responsibilities or City Council as a Whole

9.4     Chairman of Operations Centre

9.5     City Manager

9.6     Police Designate (Police Chief)

9.7     Fire Chief

9.8     Medical Officer of Health

9.9     Emergency Information Officer (Public Information Officer)

9.10   Community Emergency Management Co-ordinator (CEMC)

9.11   City Clerk

9.12   Director of Community Services

9.13   Municipal Industrial Advisor

9.14   Medical Co-ordination Hospital Rep. & EMS Manager

9.15   Director of Engineering / Public Works

9.16   Chief of Aamjiwnaang

9.17   Emergency Operations Centre Staff & Volunteers

9.18   Telecommunications (ARES) Coordinator, Support Services

9.19   Emergency Management Ontario

 

Section 10

SECONDARY CONTROL GROUP - Responsibilities

10.       Secondary Control Group

10.1     City of Sarnia Chief Building Official

10.2     City of Sarnia Purchasing Department (Purchasing Agent)

10.3     City of Sarnia Transit Manager (Sarnia Transit)

10.4     City of Sarnia Planning & Development Dept.

10.5     City of Sarnia Human Resources Dept.

10.6     City of Sarnia Airport Manager

10.7     Manager, Operations Services

10.8     Manager of Information Services

10.9     Manager, Bell Canada, Sarnia

10.10   Manager, Bluewater Power Distribution

10.11   Operations Manager, Union Gas, Sarnia

10.12   Bluewater Health (Local Hospital Sites)

10.13   Educational Institutions

10.14   Alternates or Designate

10.15   Recovery Plan

 

Section 11

AGREEMENTS WITH OTHER SERVICES

11.1     Ambulance Service (Lambton EMS)

11.2     Area Hospitals

11.3     Bell Telephone

11.4     Bluewater Power Distribution and Union Gas

11.5     St. John Ambulance Association

11.6     Lambton Kent District & St. Clair Catholic School Boards

11.7     Canadian Red Cross, Sarnia - Lambton Branch

11.8     Department of National Defence 1st Hussars

11.9     Canadian Coast Guard

11.10   A.R.E.S. Amateur Radio Emergency Service (Thames West)

11.11   The Sarnia Salvation Army

11.12   Lambton College

11.13   Municipal Mutual Aid Agreements

11.14   International Cross Boarder Agreements

 

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