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on April 4, 2014

WinterWise is a safety resource designed to give you theinformation you need to reduce risk and prevent incidents.Winter brings a flurry of things – from ice, snow and wind tochilling temperatures. It also tends to bring two types of people:the homey sort, spending more time indoors with family andfriends; and the outdoor sort, braving the elements for all therosy-cheeked excitement they can muster.For both, we have ‘WinterWise” to help protect you, your familyand friends from preventable incidents and injuries in your home– and out. Check out what this great resource has to say aboutwinter safety

Providing a forum for professionals in the areas of disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery; supplemented with on-going educational opportunities

Be Fire Safe – AADNC

First Nations’ Emergency Services Society of British Columbia (FNESS) Safety Expo 2014

Information for First Nation Members Affected by Forest Fires in Quebec

PHAC EM Health Courses

Lab Safety Videos

Pandemic Toolkit

Natural Resources Canada – Canadian Wildfire Information System

Environment Canada – Air Quality

Emergency 2.0 Wiki Resource

Stop Disasters Game – UNISDR

The 3MinuteDrills – Prevention, Detection, and Escape

Emergency2.0 wiki-Sharing and Advancing Knowledge on Emergency Communications in the Digital Age

Get Prepared – Safety Tip: Winter Safety Indoors and Out

The 2013 Fire Prevention theme is “Prevent kitchen fires”.
Learn all about kitchen fire safety with this trivia quiz.
Be sure to share your results.

Backgrounder – How AANDC Supports First Nation Communities During Emergencies

AANDC Support for First Nations Affected by 2013 Forest Fires

AANDC Support for First Nations Affected by 2013 Seasonal Flooding

WHO Technical Notes for Emergencies

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