Learn how Ontario prepares for, and responds to, emergencies. Access resources to support emergency management and preparedness.
Emergency management in Ontario
Learn about how emergencies are managed in Ontario. Emergency Management Ontario works to keep people safe and secure by coordinating with other organizations to prepare for emergencies and respond to them, when they happen.
Learn about different emergencies that can occur and how to be prepared.
Ontario is prepared to respond to provincial, national or international nuclear emergencies. Ontario’s nuclear reactor facilities are built with multiple safeguards.
Learn how you can be prepared for emergencies by making an emergency plan, assembling an emergency survival kit and staying informed.
Learn how to be prepared for an emergency to ensure the safety of children, people with disabilities, seniors and pets.
Emergency management resources
Find resources to support emergency management planning and programming in Ontario.
Learn more about Ontario’s emergency response resources and capacity to support the province’s communities.
Learn about careers in emergency management and professional development opportunities, including training.
Use this glossary to better understand the terms used in emergency management.
Reports and publications
- Emergency Management Framework for Ontario
- Emergency Preparedness Guide for People with Disabilities / Special Needs
- Provincial Emergency Response Plan 2019 | PDF, 1 MB
- Provincial Nuclear Emergency Response Plan (PNERP) Master Plan 2017 |PDF, 4 MB
If you need a copy of any resource or publication, email askOFMEM@ontario.ca.