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  • Yoleen Naidoo

SAFETY TIPS FOR EVERYDAY LIFE

Before, during and after and emergency be prepared. It is important for you to always be secured. How to live a prepared life.


1. CLICK ON THE LINK FOR SAFETY TIPS GIVEN BY THE RCMP




2. Hazards and Emergencies

Across Canada, we face a number of natural hazards, which can vary from region to region. Knowing what to do is an important part of being prepared. Find out about risks in your region and how to prepare for different situations. Canadians should also be aware that other hazards can trigger emergencies that may affect them. These emergencies could be bomb threats, chemical spills or infectious disease outbreaks. On these pages, you will find practical information on what to do in case any of these specific emergencies should occur.

What To Do

  • Before an Emergency

  • During an Emergency

  • After an Emergency



Hazards

  • Avalanches

  • Earthquakes

  • Extreme Cold

    • Wind Chill Index

    • Severe Winter Weather Warnings

    • How to Treat Injuries

    • How to Reduce Risk


  • Extreme Heat

    • Humidex

    • UV Index

    • Extreme Heat

    • First aid advice for sunburn and heat illness


  • Floods

  • Hurricanes

  • Landslides

  • Severe storms

  • Storm surges

  • Tornadoes

  • Tsunamis

  • Wildfires


Other emergencies

  • Bomb threats

  • Chemical releases

  • Nuclear emergencies

  • Pandemic influenza (Public Health Agency of Canada)

  • Suspicious packages

  • Power outages


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