Emergency management

Emergency Management is the focus of reducing the harmful aspects of disasters through the organization and management of resources and responsibilities.  The four phases of Emergency Management include: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery.

In the unlikely event of a fire, gas leak, violent intruder on campus or other urgent situation, our top priority is the safety of all students and employees.  鶹ýAV is committed to providing the necessary resources and procedures to effectively respond to any emergency.

To learn more about 鶹ýAV’s Emergency Management program please follow the resource tabs to the left.

Emergency Management Response Structure

鶹ýAV is committed to providing a safe working and learning environment.  The 鶹ýAV response structure intends to meet the following British Columbia Emergency Management System (BCEMS) goals:

  1. Ensure the health & safety of responders
  2. Save lives
  3. Reduce suffering
  4. Protect public health
  5. Protect infrastructure
  6. Protect property
  7. Protect the environment
  8. Reduce economic and social losses

The response structure of 鶹ýAV follows a three-tiered system:

Emergency Management Response Structure