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Emergency Response Plans

Organizations require effective emergency response plans to mitigate any potential risks, be prepared in the event of an emergency and in some cases to meet regulatory requirements For example, the Environmental Emergency Regulations under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act took effect on November 18, 2003. This regulation requires facilities to report spills and develop and implement emergency response plans if the minimum requirements are met. In Ontario, there is also a requirement under the Fire Code Regulation 388 to have a fire safety plan that has been approved by the local Fire Marshall.

IMS has extensive experience developing emergency response plans that are consistent with any regulatory requirements as well as the Canadian Standard CAN/CSA-Z731 Emergency Planning for Industry. IMS can also assist you with testing your emergency response plans. Testing can take the form of a simulation, table-top exercise or hands-on.


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