Presentation on theme: "Emergency Management Unit “S ETTING THE T ABLE ” T O A CCOMPLISH THE T ACTICAL O BJECTIVE C ITY OF O TTAWA S ECURITY AND E MERGENCY M ANAGEMENT B RANCH."— Presentation transcript:
Emergency Management Unit “S ETTING THE T ABLE ” T O A CCOMPLISH THE T ACTICAL O BJECTIVE C ITY OF O TTAWA S ECURITY AND E MERGENCY M ANAGEMENT B RANCH
Emergency Management Unit Setting the Table Presentation Objectives; Incident Command/Management System Principles Interoperability, Comprehensive Resource Management, Management by Objectives, Integrated Incident Action Plan, Manageable Span of Control,
Emergency Management Unit Setting the Table When dining, using the right utensil, at the right time, accomplishes the tactical objective.
Emergency Management Unit Setting the Table N.C.S.O.S. Symposium Objectives “Lessons learned worldwide highlight that a collaborative approach to emergency preparedness is of the utmost importance.”
Emergency Management Unit Setting the Table When responding, using the right resource at the right time, accomplishes the tactical objective.
Emergency Management Unit Setting the Table N.C.S.O.S. Target Audience “All public safety partners are critical stakeholders in the response to emergencies and disasters of all scales and complexities.” An Integrated Response
Emergency Management Unit Setting the Table Who are your public safety partners? How do you decide? How do agencies/services decide? How do municipalities decide? How do provinces decide? Who/what else decides for you? W HAT ARE THESE DECISIONS BASED ON ?
Emergency Management Unit Setting the table So, who are we inviting to the table?
Emergency Management Unit Setting the Table As we move forward to figure it out...
Emergency Management Unit Setting the Table For guidance we have; Legislated statutory authorities Jurisdictional mandates Policies, procedures, processes Standard operating guidelines Best practices Lessons observed and learned
Emergency Management Unit Setting the Table This is what: Invite them all to the table Talk & exchange Research Practice Decide Document Implement Continually revise
Emergency Management Unit Setting the Table Public Safety Canada .... to keep Canadians safe from a range of risks such as natural disasters, crime and terrorism. To do this, Public Safety Canada coordinates and supports the efforts of federal organizations ensuring national security and the safety of Canadians. We also work with other levels of government, first responders, community groups, the private sector and other nations.
Emergency Management Unit Setting the Table Ontario - Ministry of Community Safety & Correctional Services ....is committed to ensuring that Ontario's communities are supported and protected by law enforcement and public safety systems that are safe, secure, effective, efficient and accountable.
Emergency Management Unit Setting the Table City of Ottawa Emergency Management & Civil Protection Act 2.1 (1)...shall develop and implement an emergency management program and the council of the municipality shall by by-law adopt the emergency management program. 2002, c. 14, s. 4.
Emergency Management Unit Every emergency is a local emergency! Every response is a local response! Setting the table
Emergency Management Unit Local response agencies and services have the legislated, statutory and jurisdictional authority There are a few exceptions; Federally War, Terrorism Provincially Provincially declared Emergencies, Public Health Setting the table
Emergency Management Unit Provincial assistance is deployed only upon request of a Municipality; The municipal Community Emergency Management Coordinator can request assistance from the Provincial Emergency Operations Centre A municipality cannot directly request federal assistance, but; The Province can go to the Federal level to get that assistance for a municipality In very rare circumstances, will the province come in and direct the response. Setting the table
Emergency Management Unit Setting the table Functional response: using the right tool to accomplish the tactical objective Who; Is Responsible? Who; Is Partnering? Who; Is Supporting? Who; Needs to know?
Emergency Management Unit Setting the table Invite them to the table......and see what they bring.
Emergency Management Unit Thank-you And once it starts, it grows. As it grows, new things are possible. C HANGE STARTS HERE & NOW Each response should be understood as a challenge to improve....and see what they bring.
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