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WoodGreen Community Services

Disaster and Emergency Plan

(Version 6.0)

 

Table of Contents

               

Revision History 2

 

 

Part One: Introduction

 

 

6

Purpose

6

Plan and Maintenance Review

7

Scope

7

Goals

7

Legal Authorities

7

Plan Audience

8

WoodGreen Policies

8

 

Part Two: WG Emergency Planning Governance Structure

 

 

9

 

WoodGreen Emergency Preparedness Planning and Management Committee Members

 

9

Community Care Unit – Sub Committee Emergency Planning

9

WoodGreen Joint Health and Safety Committee

9

 

 

 

Part Three: Prevention and Mitigation

 

 

 

 

11

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessments for WG (HIRA

11

Operational and Financial Impact Analysis for Community Care

11

Client Safety “Get Prepared” Guide

13

WoodGreen Emergency Numbers and Staff Info Line (“1234”

13

WG Staff and the Collective Agreement

13

 

Part Four: Preparedness and Pandemic Planning

 

 

14

Business Continuity Planning

14

Pandemic Planning

 

• Toronto Public Health Pandemic Plan

• WoodGreen’s Pandemic Influenza Plan

• WoodGreen’s Immunization Plan

 

 

14

 

Part Five: Response

 

 

29

Ethics and Emergency Response

31

Immediate Steps to take in an Emergency

31

Activating the Emergency Operations Centre for WG (EOC)

31

Alternate EOC Locations for WoodGreen Community Services

31

Assemble the Response Team/Incident Management System

32

Communication with Staff

35

Communication with Caregivers/Clients

35

Communication with Community Partners, Suppliers and Funders

36

Emergency Contact Lists for staff/volunteers

38

Evacuation Planning

39

Response Levels

40

Responses to Specific Emergencies

42

Prepare for Closure

41

Specific Unit Responses

46

Dealing with Fatalities

49

 

Part Six: Recovery/Evaluation

 

 

51

Recovery Checklist

53

Debriefing Tool

54

 

 

Appendices: 55

1)Accreditation Canada’s Standards: 13.2 to 13.7

2) Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act for Ontario (EMCPA)

3) Emergency Management Policy

4) Heat/Cold Stress Policy

5) Terms of Reference: WoodGreen’s Emergency Planning

and Management Committee

6) City of Toronto – 33 Hazards (WG Hazards identified in Red Font)

7) Harmonized Heat Alert and Response System (HARS)

8) TCLHIN Risk Assessment Resource

9) SPRINT’s Emergency Plan October 2013

10) Risk Assessment Table – WoodGreen (HIRA)

11) Business Impact Analysis Worksheet for Senior Services

12) Business Continuity Plan – Flooding at 721 Broadview

13) Business Continuity Plan – Pandemic Influenza for Senior Services

14) WoodGreen’s Pandemic Influenza Plan

15) WoodGreen’s Immunization Plan

16) “Get Prepared” 72 Hour Guide for Clients/Staff and Volunteers

17) TC CCAC Emergency Planning

18) Work Refusal Flow Chart

19) Extreme Weather Protocols (For Community Care)

20) City of Toronto Emergency Plan

21) Fire/Evacuation Plans for WG sites