About the Conference
The past few years have witnessed many natural and human-caused disasters, including a global pandemic, that have influenced the lives of millions around the world. Health care organizations face greater challenges to prepare for new kinds of emergencies, some never seen or experienced before. Are health care facilities in Canada prepared for the next disasters?
Who Is This Conference For?
Professionals from hospitals, pre-hospital emergency services, public health, government and organizations with an interest in emergency preparedness for the health care industry in Canada.
A Variety of Sessions
The conference tackles important topics such as mass casualty incidents, active shooter on premises, evacuations of health care organizations, pandemic preparedness, cyberattacks, hazardous materials, chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and climate change disasters.
A virtual networking reception along with the many other activities planned throughout the day will offer attendees plenty of chances to meet and connect with their peers.
Previously Featured Keynotes & Speakers
Operation Laser: Lessons Learned from the Military’s Operational Response in LTC Homes During Covid 19
with Colonel Jason Guiney, Former Chief of Staff, 4 Canadian Division, Operation Laser
Assessing Crowd Control Plans to Avoid Mass Casualties
with G. Keith Still, Founder, GK Still Crowd Risk Analysis Ltd
Panel Discussion: Toward a More Sustainable Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives (CBRNe) Hospital Program
with Helen Feng, Department of Emergency Preparedness, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
G. Keith Still
Founder, GK Still Crowd Risk Analysis Ltd
Visiting Professor of Crowd Science, University of Suffolk
Author, “Introduction to Crowd Science” and “Applied Crowd Science”
Colonel Jason Guiney
Former Chief of Staff
4 Canadian Division, Operation Laser
National Security Programme, Canadian Forces College
Department of Emergency Preparedness,
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre