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Emergency Management Plan
An Emergency Plan
The Town of Stony Plain is prepared
The Town has developed a comprehensive Emergency Management Plan to assist staff, emergency personnel and residents in the event of a catastrophe. The Plan would be immediately put into action if there was a tornado, flood, airline crash, terrorist attack, civil disturbance or any other disaster or emergency caused by nature or man.
The Plan is reviewed and tested regularly, to ensure that everyone knows what to do if a disaster occurs. There are three teams of Town staff who are involved, the Emergency Operations Control Group, comprised mainly of the Senior Leadership Team and, and second and third teams made up of alternates. The Plan outlines the team leader, roles and responsibilities of the commanding group and all the necessary arrangements at the Emergency Operations Centre.
The Emergency Management Plan and Response Structure also defines the roles of various persons or groups within the organization and the community. Emergency management training is given to staff members on regular basis, so they understand their roles and responsibilities - as well as those of others - in order to be able to respond effectively to the emergency at hand.
With the assistance of the Plan, the Emergency Operations Control Group will manage the situation in an organized fashion and will keep the public abreast of important information and instructions. It is the Town's hope that the Emergency Plan will never need to be implemented; however, in the event the Mayor, or designate, declares a natural or man-made Town emergency, the emergency response plan, will ensure a coordinated response for the community. The Town will be ready!
The Town is mandated to have a valid Emergency Management Plan, as outlined in the Emergency Management Act, the provincial statutory act that outlines and governs the responsibility, abilities and requirements for the management of emergencies within the Alberta. The Act outlines the requirements of the municipal authority, the requirements for the declaration of an emergency and the powers and abilities during the time of a declared emergency.
As part of the Town's Crisis / Emergency Communications Plan, the Town will direct residents to tune into regional media and the Town's official Social Media platforms in an emergency situation (flood, inclement weather, black out, natural disasters, etc.) for regular updates.
These partnerships ensure that, in an emergency, the Town will provide local news outlets with regular updates, including road and facility closures, power outages and any other pertinent information. Local news sources will convey this information, as well as regular updates, from Town officials.The Town has an Emergency Management Agency that oversees the development of the Plan. This group is essentially composed of Town staff. The Town Manager serves as the director, the Fire Chief as the deputy director and various staff members compose the other positions within the Incident Command System (ICS) model.
Incident Command System
The ICS is a standardized on-site management system designed to enable effective, efficient incident management by integrating a combination of facilities, equipment, personnel, procedures and communications operating within a common organizational structure. The ICS is used to manage an incident or a non-emergency event and can be used equally well for both small and large situations.