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EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

FUSIONpresents and the City of Port Coquitlam Emergency Program Officer, Cheryl Lalonde, have partnered in the development of a song about Emergency Preparedness for Canadians in times of natural disaster.  The song, entitled Expect It. Have You Prepared? revolves around the importance of being prepared and knowing the basics of what to do when disaster strikes.  The song will use earthquakes as the main example of a potential disaster, as earthquakes have the highest likelihood of occurrence in Canada. 


Studies have shown that the general public is very apathetic towards natural disaster and how it could affect them.  As such, the purpose of this song project is to bring awareness and know-how to people and help them protect themselves against these very plausible threats. 

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Every year, thousands of British Columbians participate in "Drop, Cover, and Hold On," The Great British Columbia ShakeOut, the largest earthquake drill in Canadian history!


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EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS EDUCATION

Multi-agency hazard plans for B.C. are prepared and updated regularly by the Provincial Emergency Program to ensure an effective strategy is in place to address many possible types of emergencies and disasters. These plans foster cooperation among multiple organizations focusing on public safety, infrastructure and property protection and managing the aftermath of events. For more information about provincial hazard planning   Read more >>


For Canadians, emergency preparedness begins at home. The federal and provincial approach to emergency response starts with the individual. An emergency can arise quickly and without warning. "Canadian families should be prepared to sustain themselves without aid for 72 hours in an emergency situation -- be it a power outage, severe storm, flood, earthquake or other emergency." The most important thing you can do to keep yourself and your family safe in the event of an emergency is to prepare, stay calm, and follow instructions from emergency personnel.  Read more >>

EXPECT IT. HAVE YOU PREPARED?

When the world is shaking, drop cover hold on!
When its time to get out, just grab and go! 
When its best to stay in, you'll thank yourself that you   
planned for the day 
When the world's in an unknown state

Got your water, food, flashlight, phone that plugs in the wall 
An out of town contact who everyone can call 
Cause you don't wanna be scared!  
You wanna be prepared!  

 

 

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Emergency Preparedness Song,

Expect It. Have You Prepared?,

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To acquire the licence to use the FP Emergency Preparedness song, Expect It. Have You Prepared? on your website and learn more about how our song can help your organization, school or municipality promote its emergency preparedness efforts,  please contact FUSIONpresents today!


Sami Ghawi

Director, FUSIONpresents EP

Phone 778-892-7625

Email:   ep@fusionpresents.com

 

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