Emergency preparedness and daily communications insights and material
Use best practices in your emergency and daily communications with our FREE guides, templates, checklists, surveys and more
November 16, 2022 Alert Ready Test Survey
Alert Ready, Canada's national public alert system, was tested on November 16, 2022.
The survey results are now available.
Help yourself to best practices, processes and techniques
We're happy to share industry best practices and innovative processes and techniques that may help you in your job as an emergency and safety manager or communications official.
Fast track your alerts and notifications using templates
Setup and adjust your templates in advance as part of your emergency preparedness and readiness plans.
Templates for evacuations, EOC activation, state of local emergency and more
Templates for wildfires, urban fires, recreational burns, fire bans, smoke and more
Templates for disease outbreaks, health clinics, air and water quality and more
Templates for dangerous person, civil unrest, active shooter, missing person and more
Templates for closures, restrictions, waste collection, bulk water stations, schools and more
Templates for floods, earthquakes, tornados, landslides, tsunamis, ice jams and more
Templates for demonstrations, gatherings, hearings, townhalls, council meetings, elections and more
Templates for extreme heat, extreme cold, winter storm, storm surge, wind storm and more
Templates for road closures, detours, transit services, airports, derailments and more
Templates for electrical supply, natural gas, propane, telephone, water mains, sewage and more
For your emergency preparedness and awareness campaigns
Make use of our visual designs in your community and workplace preparedness and awareness campaigns
Emergency preparedness surveys and more
We run surveys regularly to gain insights so that we can serve you better.