Join Amy Cage, Business Continuity and Recovery Planner at the Calgary Emergency Management Agency (CEMA), as she discusses Ready Calgary’s emergency preparedness strategy. During this one-hour presentation, Amy will review disasters that can occur, and what you can do to protect yourselves and your family, home, and community:
- – Know the risks and how to prepare for disastrous events.
- – Know what to do during a disaster.
- – Understand what to expect afterwards.
Amy will provide helpful resources and tips to support preparedness. You are encouraged to ask lots of questions!
This presentation has closed captioning available and accessibility features for those using screen readers.
For more information on emergency preparedness view Getting prepared for emergencies (calgary.ca) and Emergency action plan (calgary.ca)
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About our guest speaker
Amy Cage is a Business Continuity and Recovery Planner at the Calgary Emergency Management Agency (CEMA). Amy has worked at CEMA for almost nine years and has responded to many different disasters. Amy has a degree in Urban Geography from the University of Victoria and a master’s degree in Disaster and Emergency Management from Royal Roads University. Before CEMA, Amy worked as a Policy Analyst at the Emergency Measures Organization for the Province of Manitoba. Prior to Manitoba, Amy grew up on Vancouver Island where she studied earthquakes and tsunamis and worked locally in small coastal communities. At CEMA, Amy leads the Ready Calgary program which is a preparedness program that encourages safety at home, in the workplace, neighbourhood and community to empower a more resilient network of prepared citizens.
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