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The 2021 Emergency Management Stakeholder Summit offered by NAIT is scheduled for March 23 and 24.
The Alberta Emergency Management Agency, in partnership with other organizations, host a variety of emergency management conferences, workshops, seminars and consultations across the province to help educate, prepare and engage Albertans.
These important opportunities provide a platform for the professional development of the emergency management sector.
Emergency Management Amendment Act engagement
The Alberta Emergency Management Framework Review report provides a summary of the engagement session’s activities and the input we received.
2021 Emergency Management Stakeholder Summit
The Centre for Applied Disaster and Emergency Management at NAIT will be hosting the 2021 Emergency Management Stakeholder Summit, the premier innovation-focused emergency management conference in Alberta.
This vital and popular professional development opportunity will inspire disaster and emergency management partners with thought-provoking and innovative ideas as well as a platform to build and strengthen relationships and networking opportunities.
Dates: March 23 and 24, 2021
Theme: Disruption and Innovation
Event materials from past stakeholder summits are available below.
- Video: Summit 2018 – Thank You
- AEMA Achievement Award Recipients (PDF, 1.0 MB)
- Get to Know Our Keynote Speaker 2 (PDF, 125 KB)
- Pre-Summit event: disaster board games (PDF, 70 KB)
- Opioid session update and a Thank you to our sponsors (PDF, 222 KB)
- Pre-Summit Events (PDF, 142 KB)
- Summit program (PDF, 630 KB)
- Summit presentations (PDF, 788 KB)
- Get to Know Our Keynote Speaker (PDF, 228 KB)
- Five Reasons to Attend (PDF, 85 KB)
- 2016 AEMA Summit presentations (PDF, 112 KB)
- 2015 High Level wildfires (PDF, 12 MB)
- AEMA initiatives update (PDF, 444 KB)
- Alberta Summit – Jean Slick (PDF, 18.4 MB)
- Animal rescue – Why it matters (PDF, 5.25 MB)
- A Pragmatic Approach to Operating an Emergency Operations Centre (PDF, 6.03 MB)
- Community emergency management program (PDF, 4.46 MB)
- Critical incident stress management (PDF, 792 KB)
- Emergency management exercise (PDF, 740 KB)
- Emergency responder psychological wellness (PDF, 1.29 MB)
- Getting us to work together – Lessons from wild dogs (PDF, 1.58 MB)
- Making our communities more resilient (PDF, 340 KB)
- Learning the hard way –The evolution of emergency management (PDF, 7.52 MB)
- RCMP arson investigations in Alberta (PDF, 14.1 MB)
- Water shortage – November 2015 (PDF, 1.63 MB)
- Navigating the terrain to an emergency partnership (PDF, 1.11 MB)
- Alberta first responders radio communications system update (PDF, 876 KB)
- Amateur radio role in emergency communications (PDF, 428 KB)
- Aquatic invasive species Alberta approach to prevention and response (PDF, 11.9 MB)
- Capital ice (PDF, 1.42 MB)
- Developing situational awareness portraying a common operating picture (PDF, 1.48 MB)
- Emergency management in Alberta – Making communities more resilient (PDF, 2.06 MB)
- Emergency planning for livestock animals (PDF, 2.14 MB)
- Emergency planning – Lessons from High River 2013 flood (PDF, 5.06 MB)
- Evacuation of multiple institutions (PDF, 3.08 MB)
- Exercise – Design and evaluation (PDF, 632 KB)
- Incident management teams and regional partnerships (PDF, 952 KB)
- Public alerting (PDF, 1.71 MB)
- Risk reduction through community partnerships (PDF, 1.71 MB)
- Selected emerging themes in public health pandemic planning (PDF, 664 KB)
- Stress management in EOCs (PDF, 2.18 MB)
- Tassie fires (PDF, 3.51 MB)
- Jacqui Bannach National Sar Program (PDF, 1.89 MB)
- Keynote – Doug Mcmahon (PDF, 4.10 MB)
- Keynote – Slide deck (PDF, 3.06 MB)
- Ron Robinson – Response mitigation by innovation (PDF, 11.2 MB)
- Sara Shier – Social media strategies for emergency communications (PDF, 496 KB)
Connect with the Alberta Emergency Management Agency:
Email: [email protected]
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