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The Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast delivers current, relevant, and Canadian educational content for those who share our passion for disasters and their management. We believe that disasters are everyone's business, and that free and open access to education can drive the profession forward while improving preparedness for all Canadians. Listen as we interview leading experts in the field, review emerging and landmark publications, and debate important disaster issues. All th ...
 
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Happy Halloween!On this spooky episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, Host Grayson shares the audio from a recent presentation he gave highlighting some of the scariest disaster myths, malpractices, and misinformation out there.All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast. Current, Relevant, Canadian…
 
Across the United States, more than 100 people are killed and more than 200 are injured every day by firearms. As an emergency room doctor, Megan L. Ranney, M.D. M.P.H. F.A.C.E.P., has seen the impacts of this violence first hand. She discusses the basic epidemiology of firearm injury, explains the drivers behind them, and advocates for new, inclus…
 
In this Episode we’ll be discussing the very Canadian concept of caremongering. What is it? How did it come to be? And what does it mean for societal involvement in Emergency Management?We’ll also be sharing the story of one individual who made the transition from bystander to responder and PPE supplier for over-burdened medical facilities by re-to…
 
In this Episode, we’ll be talking about a BC initiative to streamline the rapid assessment and triage of damaged homes during disaster, in an effort to jumpstart recovery, and decrease the drain on response resources. What is it? Who can help? And is it a tool that would be useful across Canada?To answer these questions we’ll be talking with Patric…
 
In this special Emergency Preparedness Week Episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we’ll be taking a look at what Emergency Managers can learn from the field of public health, and how understanding the social determinants of health contributes to our understanding of social vulnerability.To this end we will be speaking with, Dr…
 
In this special Emergency Preparedness Week episode, we’ll hear from a panel of disaster logisticians as they recount their lived experiences managing resources during emergencies. We’ll also be exploring a very Canadian initiative to try and make the process of sourcing disaster resources a little easier called Emergency Management Logistics Canad…
 
In this Special Emergency Preparedness Week Episode, we’re talking disaster. Just disaster, because as we hope to convince you on this episode, the term ‘Natural Disaster’ is both technically incorrect, and potentially damaging. But why is that, and what can we do about it?To find out, we will be speaking with Kevin Blanchard about the #NoNaturalDi…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we look back in history 119 years at the deadliest landslide in Canadian history. Why did it happen? What can we learn from it today? And will it happen again?All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, CanadianEpisode Links:Alberta Emergency Management Ag…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we explore the field of Crisis Management and cover some ‘must know’ pearls and pitfalls with the person who literally wrote the book on Crisis Management - Dr. Timothy Coombs.All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, CanadianEpisode Links:https://instit…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we explore the concept of Decolonization in Emergency Management, and are joined by Dr. Manyguns to fill in some gaps in the colonial version of history, and discuss an approach to including traditional knowledge and values in Disaster Risk Reduction.All this and more on this episo…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we explore the link between climate impacts, personal health, and the healthcare system. Does Healthcare Emergency Management have a key role to play in Climate Action? What do we need to do to secure critical healthcare infrastructure? Luckily, we have Dr. Amita Sudhir on the show…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we speak with Professor Jack Lindsay on the historic events unfolding in February of 2022, and the first use of the Emergencies Act in Canada. Learn about the acts historical context, the details of its use, the authorities and limitations within the act, and some of the misinforma…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we explore the concept of building climate resilient infrastructure at a local level. To this end we connect with Sophie Guilbault from the institute of catastrophic loss reduction on the work that she and her organization has done to guide resilience building efforts across Canada…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we explore the great toilet paper shortage of 2020. What led to it? Why did people react so strongly to scarcity? Is there anything we can learn regarding crisis communications from this case study?To find out, we chat with Dr. Vincent Covello, an expert on crisis communication the…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we explore the concept of management by objective, and some of the many issues with its effective implementation. To this end we have everyone's favorite 'ICS Scholar' Tom Cox to chat about what an objective is, what makes it good, and the '4 Horsemen of the apocalypse' to avoid.Al…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we take a look back on 2021 including reviewing our top ‘Pandemic Picks’, the ‘EPIC Disaster Highlight Reel’, a review of some Canadian firsts, and a peek at what 2022 might bring.All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, CanadianEpisode Links:Top 10 Wea…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast entitled ‘Humans 101 - A Review of Predictable Disaster Behaviors’, we are joined by Dr. Jean Slick as she reviews 8 basic human behaviors that are well documented and common in disaster, and yet continue to surprise us and seem to be absent from many agencies planning consideration…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we explore the concept of Scenario Planning with special guest and author of 'Disaster Proof' Lance Mortlock. Is this a tool that has a place in EM? How can you incorporate it into your practice?All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, CanadianEpisode L…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we debrief the 'Emergency Management Stakeholder Summit' conference (hosted by NAIT and IAEM Canada), and review some key takeaways, quotes, and continued questions.All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, CanadianLike/Follow/Share:www.epicpodcast.ca@EP…
 
On this very special 'EPIC Debate' episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, Josh and Grayson go head to head to debate the value of one of Canada's most closely held disaster management belief systems... the Incident Command System!A huge thanks to Ryan Jesperson for moderating this debate, as well as to NAIT for allowing us to s…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we get to chat with one of our disaster heroes - Retired Chief of the Calgary Emergency Management Agency Tom Sampson. He'll take us through his career path highlights, a 'job description' for directors of emergency management, and his tips to surviving in tense, political, and emo…
 
Ever wondered how wearable technology and design can lead to a better healing experience? Or how medical centers that are certified to treat seniors affect patient outcomes? Or how physicians use individualized care for cancer patients in an emergency setting? Listen in as experts discuss evolution and innovation in emergency medicine. Series: "UC …
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we get existential, and hold up the awareness week mirror to you the Emergency Manager. Listen as we attempt to address the question that I’m not sure we’ve fully answered as a profession. Who are we, and who do we want to become? Special thanks to Josh Morin who helps us explore t…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we chat with Dr. Moggy about the complexities of managing livestock during disaster, and the risks and resilience associated with rural emergencies. All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, CanadianEpisode Links:AFAC Emergency Preparedness page - https:…
 
In this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast we chat with Shawna Bruce about why your communication team needs to be more closely connected to operations. What can you do to improve your crisis comms skills this #EPWeek2021?All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, CanadianEpisode Links:http://rcfp.…
 
In this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we discuss something that is often in short supply during disaster: Empathy. To that end we interview Vanessa Howard on the importance of a Trauma Informed Approach in Emergency Management.All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, CanadianEpisode Links:h…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we explore the ‘how to’ behind motivating preparedness. How do you effectively communicate preparedness information? What events, organizations, and leaders should you be leveraging to get your message out? Listen as preparedness experts Rebecca Macklon and Christina Hodnett take u…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we chat with Ontario Disaster and Emergency Management Conference speakers Anton Holland and Richard Moreau about building a successful exercise design program, and the pearls and pitfalls of crisis comms which have become so important during the COVID-19 Pandemic.All this and more…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we debrief speakers from one of the largest disaster conferences in Canada: The Ontario Disaster and Emergency Management Conference. Our feature speaker, Magda Sulzycki, walks us through some techniques to 'unfreeze' organizations facing crisis, and how effective program building …
 
On this, the season finale of EPIC Podcast (Emergency Preparedness in Canada), we do our part to put 2020 firmly in the rearview mirror by reviewing one of the most eventful years for emergency management ever. From record breaking snowfalls, to the most expensive hailstorm ever, to the deadliest shooting in Canadian history, 2020 had it all. Oh, a…
 
Why is San Francisco particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change? The San Francisco department of Public Health and the California Strategic Growth Council are assessing the problems and creating plans for dealing with extreme heat, air quality, power disruption and a built infrastructure can withstand changing conditions. Series: "Min…
 
On this special Remembrance Day episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we discuss the ever-evolving role of the Canadian Armed Forces in Domestic Disaster Relief. Listen as we speak with former military officers Nick Grimshaw and Josh Bowen on what the military has to offer, and how to include them in your local disaster respon…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we discuss the notable absence of Emergency Public Alerting during the COVID-19 response so far. Did we leave a valuable tool in the toolbox? Or is public alerting just not 'All Hazards' enough for Pandemics? Special guest Jacob Westfall from PEASI helps us investigate!All this and…
 
The rate of under 5 mortality was halved from 1960 to 1990 but more recently there has been a slowing in the reduction. Success varies by region, explains Dr. Rajesh Daftary. He identifies current progress in mortality reduction and identifies effective interventions. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 3557…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we review what may well have been the most impact-full Emergency Preparedness Week ever! Listen as we speak to Rebecca Macklon, preparedness professional from the Alberta Emergency Management Agency about the new, and more holistic approach to disaster preparedness.All this and mor…
 
On this special Emergency Preparedness Week 2020 episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we speak with NGO SME Steve Elliot, on why getting to know your local capacity is so important.Favorite quote: 'The only thing worse than a lack of preparedness is the illusion of preparedness'Episode Links: https://oaem.ca/category/sub-blog…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we depart from our normal format, and opt for a coffee with friends, hosted by the Centre for Crisis and Risk Communications. Listen in as we discuss some of the challenges that COVID-19 has posed to effective communication! All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Curren…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we exploreAll this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, CanadianEpisode Links:http://www.dragonsofinaction.com/https://psycnet.apa.org/record/2011-09485-005http://www.dragonsofinaction.com/diagnose-your-dragons/http://www.dragonsofinaction.com/about/Like/Fol…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we explore a disaster resource which has been hiding in plain sight - Food Banks. Join us in a discussion with Food Bank AB CEO Stephanie Walsh-Rigby, and learn why you should get to know your local Food Bank a little better!All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Curren…
 
On this #EPWeek2020 episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada, we chat about the weather! Kyle Fougere, Tornado expert, was kind enough to grant us an interview all about Tornadoes and their often misunderstood risks.All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, CanadianLinks:https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/index-en.aspxhttp…
 
On this episode of EPIC Podcast (Emergency Preparedness in Canada), we talk to Harvard NPLI's own Eric McNulty on the topic of leadership during disaster. Meta-leadership, swarm leadership, and tips and tricks to become the best leader you can when all eyes are on you!All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, CanadianChe…
 
On this episode of the Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we finally get to talk about the biggest issue facing Canada today. Zombies. What has Canada done to prepare? How can the fascination with zombies be leveraged? Are zombies the perfect test for your all-hazards incident management system?All this and more on this episode of EPI…
 
On this episode of EPIC Podcast (Emergency Preparedness in Canada), we explore who we are as emergency managers, and how we can show our value, by listening to 2 speakers from the recent Ontario Disaster and Emergency Management Conference (2019). Join us as we speak to Vincent Davis, and Magda Sulzycki about integrating EM into corporate culture, …
 
On this episode of EPIC Podcast (Emergency Preparedness in Canada) we speak with Suzanne Bernier about the importance of survivor stories in building individual and community resilience.All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, Canadianhttps://www.suzannebernier.com/https://www.researchgate.net/publication/260425012_From…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we comment, like, and share on the topic of social media use during disaster. Listen as special guest Ben Morgan shares his experience leveraging social during the 2013 Southern Alberta Floods, and teases out the 'dos' and 'don't' of social media as an emergency tool.All this and m…
 
On this 'EPIC Debate' episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we go head to head and debate the most ubiquitous of the preparedness messaged: the 72 Hour Preparedness Kit. Is it an effective initiative? Does it serve as a reliable preparedness metric? Do they actually save lives?All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast:…
 
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