FNESS Newsletter – the quarterly responder – September 2022
Welcome to the September 2022 edition of the FNESS newsletter – the quarterly responder! Click on the newsletter image to download.
FNESS Wildland Firefighter Training Available
Wildland Firefighter Training Now Available! Download application form here. Any questions, please contact Quentin Nelson at email@example.com Send completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
EMBC – 2022 Helpful Links and Resources
Emergency Management BC has provided a Helpful Links and Resources document which includes: Emergency and Preparedness Resources Heat Response Resources WIldfire Resources Emergency Management Support to First Nations Travel Information Resources for Evacuees Other Useful Contact Numbers Download the document here.
2023 FireSmart Webinar – Register via UBCM website
July 14, 2022 — 2023 FireSmart Webinar – register via UBCM website The link has caused some issues for a few folks. Please register for the webinar via our website: https://www.ubcm.ca/cri/firesmart-community-funding-supports In case you haven’t registered yet – https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_MteNxm8aQoSfbR2tov-1JQ Feel free to share the invite with any potential applicants. Union of BC Municipalities will run a second one in early October.
2022 Flood and Wildfire Resources
Do you know what to do before, during and after a flood or wildfire? We have compiled a list of flood and wildfire resources you and your community can refer to. FNESS 2022 Flood Resources – Before, During and After a Flood FNESS 2022 Wildfire Resources – Before, During and After a Wildfire
Funding Announcement from UBCM
Applications are currently being accepted for the Community Emergency Preparedness Fund – Extreme Heat Risk Mapping, Assessment and Planning Stream. The Community Emergency Preparedness Fund has added a new funding stream for Extreme Heat Risk Mapping, Assessment, and Planning. The application deadline is June 24, 2022. The intent of the Extreme Heat Risk Mapping, Assessment, and Planning funding stream is to…
Be Prepared for the 2022 Flood and Fire Seasons – Prepare Your Community
Preparing your community for an emergency can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Completing the tasks below can help you be prepared in the event of an emergency. 1. Planning Committee Determine personnel, assign roles and...
Be Prepared for the 2022 Flood and Fire Seasons – Prepare Your Family
Ensure your family knows what to do in an emergency. Complete Prepared BC’s Fill-in-the-blanks Home Emergency Plan to create an emergency plan for your family and home. Creating and printing the on-line plan will only take you about 20 minutes.
Community Emergency First Aid Training
The FNESS Community Emergency First Aid Training Program began March 1st, 2021 and is still up and running. To apply for this training opportunity, please complete the WUFOO form linked here