Emergency Preparedness


This Emergency Action Plan (EAP) establishes guidelines for all reasonably foreseeable long-term care emergencies. Because each emergency situation involves unique circumstances, the guidelines provide general guidance only. Decisions and actions based on a situation assessment are always required when responding to emergencies. It is also worthwhile to note that these guidelines do not necessarily represent a sequential series of steps.

The expanding challenge of preparing for public health emergencies, whether caused by natural disasters, influenza or other pandemics, has resulted in a recommended hazard approach to planning. This type of planning prepares The Glebe Centre to respond to a wide range of unpredictable incidents and emergencies. It is an effective first step in emergency preparedness planning.

pdf logo Emergency Procedures Manual July 2022 v2 

pdf logo The Glebe Center IPAC Plan Revised March 2023