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BE PREPARED FOR AN EMERGENCY
Nova Scotia, like many parts of North America, offers up some noteworthy weather such as blizzards, flooding, strong gales and even the odd hurricane. In addition to weather situations there are other types of risks, such as power outages, industrial accidents and major transportation accidents. The following list contains natural risks and hazards that could happen in Nova Scotia. (Click the link below for more information).
Keep a copy of the risks with your emergency plan or in your emergency kit.
The provincial Emergency Management Office (EMO) uses the four pillars of emergency management – mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery - to ensure a prompt and coordinated response to an emergency. (Click the link below for more information)
This is accomplished through training and planning before an emergency occurs and by coordinating provincial resources during an emergency. Individuals and families are an important part in the emergency management process since every emergency will have an effect at the individual level. Plan and prepare now to limit the effects an emergency has on your daily life.
Visit https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/index-en.aspx to view and download
"Your emergency preparedness guide" under the "Publications" heading and the
"Get More Prepared Publications" Link, https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/pblctns/index-en.aspx.