Resilient Communities Ontario and OAEM are hosting four unprecedented events bringing the building management industry and community together for a close-up look at the risks in your community. Find out how these risks may impact on property operations and how to mitigate, respond to and recover your business or residential operations.
Sessions will be held in Brampton, Kingston, London and North bay. Each session will provide an inside look at local emergency preparedness initiatives, trends, gaps and lessons so that you and your community are better prepared.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Property Managers, Security Managers, Residential Superintendents & Commercial Operations Managers, professionals Responsible for critical infrastructure buildings, industrial and retail, Emergency Managers, Safety & Security Officers.
Mr. Rob McDonald, President Ontario Association of Emergency Managers
Mr. Steven Hill, President, Resilient Communities Ontario
Mr. Jude Kelly, Communications & Public Education Officer, Ontario Office of the Fire Marshal & Emergency Management
Ontario’s Emergency Public Warning System
The timely flow of information during an emergency is crucial to the security and safety of those most affected, including communities and responders. Ontario’s Emergency Public Warning System is a tool that provides timely and accurate information and warnings to Ontario residents, businesses and visitors during an emergency.
Mr. Jason D. Reid, Chair, Fire & Emergency Management Committee; Resilient Communities Ontario, Past Chair, BOMA Toronto; Emergency Management Committee; Building Owners & Managers Association of Toronto
Preparing Communities through Prepared Property Management:Residential & Commercial High-rise: Life Safety & Emergency Planning
This unique session will review growing trends impacting building owners and property managers in Ontario—both commercial & Residential, including Fire & Evacuation Safety, best practices in conducting & documenting fire drills, and common challenges to the fire department response and how you can eliminate them to strengthen the safety of building occupants.. We will building critical infrastructure documentation, “Shelter In Place” Orders, and Persons Requiring Assistance During building emergencies.
Additional local speakers will be presenting at each event.
Brampton, February 16: Event details and registration available here.
London, March 9: Event details and registration available here.
Kingston, March 22: Event details and registration available here.
North Bay, April 7: Event details and registration available here.
Hosted by Resilient Communities Ontario and OAEM
Resilient Communities Ontario (RCO) is a registered non-prot association of Property Management Professionals & Industry experts, with a goal of strengthening and maintaining a safe and secure network of resilient facilities and organizations (communities), including assets and systems vital to the continuity of operations of private and public interests.
Through proactive and coordinated efforts to promote safety and security, Resilient Communities Ontario strives to achieve resilience of operations, and prepare its community of members to withstand and swiftly recover from hazards.
To that end, RCO is committed to continuing development and education, and fostering of industry leading best practices among property managers and operators to assist in managing risks to their operations and assets. RCO is proud to be the Resilient Communities Ontario will support all property management associations.