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We lead businesses in preparing to survive a disaster 
EPICC is a nonprofit government endorsed society supported by and for the benefit of business and institutions throughout British Columbia, to influence and help businesses prepare for emergencies and disasters.

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EPICC is pleased to announce that new membership and membership renewal is now available on line. Please go to the Members section and scroll down to go to our secure online membership sign up.

FLOOD PREPAREDNESS
Is your business prepared for a flood?
For additional Flood Preparedness Information go to the PEP website
This joint conference, the Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Conference, will be held at the Sheraton Wall Centre Tuesday November 26th to Thursday November 28th, 2013.

NEWS!!

BC Emergency Preparedness Planners to host another Joint Conference. This will be the 3rd Annual Emergency Preparedness & Business Continuity Conference.

THE 2015 EPBC CONFERENCE
Vancouver, BC - The Pacific Northwest Preparedness Society and Emergency Preparedness for Industry and Commerce Council came together in 2013 to host a joint conference in order to expand opportunities for, and bring a broader perspective to, the development of emergency management.  It was a huge success, therefore we are hosting another one this year from November 18-20, 2014. The conference will continue to cultivate information of specific relevance to the various practitioner groups within the emergency preparedness and business continuity fields.

This joint conference, the Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Conference, will be held at the Sheraton Wall Centre  November 17th to Thursday November 19th, 2015.
and check out www.epbcconference.ca


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Coming Events
Annual General Meeting 2015
May-19-15
4:00pm - 6:00pm
The Sylvia Hotel, Vancouver BC
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3rd Annual Joint Emergency Preparedness & Business Continuity Conference
November-17-15

Sheraton Wall Centre Hotel Vancouver BC
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  15 Steps to Readiness
  1. Brief Staff.
  2. Emergency Supplies.
  3. Assess Building Vulnerability.
  4. Reduce Hazards.
  5. Dangerous Goods or Hazardous Materials.
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