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Emergency Management Insights from the 2017 City of Clarence-Rockland Floods

The Conference Board of Canada, April 3, 2018
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The City of Clarence-Rockland experienced unprecedented flooding in the Spring of 2017, operating under a declared state of emergency for two weeks while dealing with flooded homes, businesses, and streets.

Join The Conference Board of Canada and Brian Wilson, Director of Protective Services and Fire Chief for the City of Clarence-Rockland, for a 60-minute webinar in which Brian will outline the scenario the City faced in 2017, and discuss some of the challenges and successes faced by this small municipality during the flood.

Webinar Highlights

Brian will discuss the importance of emergency management structure, logistics, and communications strategy in emergency preparedness, and provide examples around the role these tools played during the state of emergency.

About Brian

Photo of Brian WilsonBrian Wilson has been in fire services since the late 1992, and is currently the Director of Protective Services/Fire Chief /CEMC for the City of Clarence-Rockland in the National Capital Region. Brian has been actively involved in emergency management for the past 7 years, and has led municipal responses to several local emergencies including flooding, train derailment, and high wind events. Chief Wilson holds numerous fire and emergency management qualifications, including certificates in Fire Service Leadership & Administration from Dalhousie University, Incident Command System Certifications 100 through 400, and he is currently completing a Masters Degree in Disaster & Emergency Management through Royal Roads University.

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