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Topics: Safety and Emergency Services

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March 1, 2009

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The Petroleum Industry Incident Support plan is the provincial-level plan to direct Government of Alberta operations to support a local authority or licensee during an emergency. It is intended solely for provincial departments and agencies. The change in name of this plan, from ‘Upstream...


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December 1, 2011

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The Petroleum Industry Incident Support Plan (PIISP, the plan) is the provincial-level plan whichdirects Government of Alberta (GoA) operations in supporting a local authority, a licensee or an operator during an emergency. It is intended solely for provincial departments/agencies. This plan may...


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August 1, 2015

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The purpose of the Dangerous Goods Incident Support Plan is to ensure the safety of persons, property and the environment whenever a dangerous goods incident occurs on Alberta’s transportation network.


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August 1, 2011

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The objective of the Slave Lake Regional Recovery Plan is to return the region to its pre-disaster state while ensuring that the communities are not socially, environmentally or economically disadvantaged by the wildfire event and are well positioned for future growth. This should not be viewed...


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November 1, 2006

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The intent of this Fire Management Plan is to recommend fire management strategies to mitigate wildfire threat to landscape and species values, as well as communities; minimize threats to forest health (e.g. mountain pine beetle infestation); and allow natural fire regimes to re-establish across...


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July 1, 2013

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Use extreme caution when returning to your home or business after a flood. When an electrical appliance or installation has been in water, it cannot be turned on again without the risk of shock or fire. The following information will help you assess your flood-damaged electrical equipment.


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December 20, 2007

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Given the nature of work done on the farm and the dual role of farms as homes and workplaces, youth are often exposed to many hazards unique to the farm environment. A farm safety day camp is a great way to teach children how to recognize farm hazards and how to prevent injuries. This guide is...


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May 1, 2018

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The purpose of this Re-entry Guide is to provide local authorities with a series of planning considerations that should be addressed as part of their Community Emergency Management Plan. These considerations should assist communities in developing their own re-entry plans to facilitate the safe...


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August 1, 2011

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The Lesser Slave Lake Regional Wildfire Recovery Plan identifies key long-term projects that focus on people, reconstruction, environment and economy. The plan will help support the local authorities in their role of leading recovery and rebuilding. The plan will also help position the...


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February 1, 2018

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This toolkit contains resources such as themed frequently asked questions and checklists and complements the Information Sharing Guide. (See RELATED tab for a link to the Guide.) These two documents provide resources to help reduce the complexity that arises when applying different privacy...