Calgary Emergency Management Agency
The Calgary Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) plans and coordinates emergency services during major emergencies and disasters.
Disaster Alley is a free event for all ages during Emergency Preparedness Week to learn simple steps to prepare yourself for emergencies like floods, power outages, or severe weather events.
Persons with disabilities
CEMA has created an emergency preparedness guide for persons with disabilities. The guide offers practical advice on how to prepare for an emergency or disaster if you have a disability and provides guidance for those assisting others with a disability. Included in the guide is a personal assessment sheet and checklist that can be used to inform others about any special needs the person may have.
Informs, educates and builds resiliency to the impacts of emergencies and disasters (an all-hazards approach). The information contained in this course will help to encourage your safety at home, in the workplace, neighbourhood and community.
Prepare your business
Many businesses require additional preparation to deal with a major event or disruption. A disruption could be a major disaster affecting the entire city or it could be as simple as a power outage.
Prepare your community
Being prepared for an emergency situation leads to stronger, more resilient communities. As a community member, there are many things you can do to help your community be better prepared. Download our Community Preparedness booklet and learn some simple, easy ways to help your neighbours.
The 72-hour kit holds supplies to support you and your family for 3 days in an emergency situation.