Halton. Emergency Management

Service: Emergency Management

Memos and Bulletins
Public Comments Ontario‚Äôs Emergency Public Warning System  
Allows you to sign up to receive 3 types of warnings by email or SMS text message: 
* Red Alerts (in case of large fire or explosion, chemical leak or spill, nuclear emergency or transportation accident), to sign up see here 
* Emergency Information Advisories (about current or evolving emergency situations or significant events, may recommend protective actions to take), to sign up see here 
* Tornado Warnings, to sign up see here
Contact Information
Office Phone Mon-Sun 24 hours 905-825-6000 or dial 3-1-1
Toll Free Phone 1-866-442-5866 (1-866-4HALTON)
TTY Phone 905-827-9833
Fax 905-825-0301
E-Mail haltoncemc@halton.ca
Website www.halton.ca/living_in_halton/emergency_preparedness/
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/RegionOfHalton
LinkedIn LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/halton-region
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/RegionofHalton
Primary Contact Ralph Blauel, Chief, Emergency Management; Email: ralph.blauel@halton.ca
Alternate Contact Nick Buczynsky, Senior Emergency Management Advisor; Email: nick.buczynsky@halton.ca
Site Information
Located In Community North Oakville
Address & Map
Halton Regional Centre
1151 Bronte Rd
Oakville, ON L6M 3L1
 
View Google Map
Intersection Bronte Rd and QEW
Mailing Address c/o Chief, Emergency Management
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Agency Information
Description (Agency) Responsible for ensuring that Halton has an Emergency Management Program, as required by law, to enhance the safety of Halton residents and reduce property damage and economic loss in the event of an emergency.
Legal Status (20) Regional Government
Primary Executive Tony Olivieri, Director, Business Planning and Corporate Initiatives, Halton Region; Email: tony.oliveri@halton.ca
Funding Regional / Municipal
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) When an emergency occurs within Halton, the Regional Emergency Plan can be invoked if requested by the affected municipality, if the emergency involves more than one municipality, or if the emergency response requires extraordinary action or expenditures by one or more regional service. 
 
* emergencies could include plane crashes, chemical spills, train derailments, tornadoes, floods or blizzards
Hours Mon-Sun 24 hours
Areas Served Halton Region
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Not applicable
Languages English ; Interpretive Services
Fees None
Categories and Classification
Service Categories Disaster Response Services ; Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning ; Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning ~ Physical Disabilities ; General Disaster Information
Other Details
Resources Personal Emergency Preparedness Guide; 
Personal Emergency Preparedness DVD; 
Personal Emergency Preparedness for Persons with Special Needs or Disabilities (pamphlet series)

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