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February 2, 2016 -

Property managers: are you ready for emergencies?

 "A Prepared Property Management Sector Creates Resilient Communities" offers property managers, superintendents and emergency or safety managers a close-up look at the risks and their potential impact on your operations.  

The session runs from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Tuesday, March 22 at the INVISTA Centre and will feature presentations by the Ontario Association of Emergency Managers (OAEM), Resilient Communities Ontario and the City of Kingston. Register to attend for $30 at (look for "Mar 22" under "Upcoming Events").

"Preparing for possible emergencies, such as an ice storm or fire, can help you reduce property damage and get your residences or businesses operating as usual more quickly and cost-effectively," says Scott Davis, community emergency management coordinator with the City of Kingston.

He is one of three featured presenters at the session and will speak to the risks and hazards facing Kingston and area and how to prepare for them. Jude Kelly, communications & public education officer for the Ontario Office of the Fire Marshal & Emergency Management, will present on alerting tools and the need to distribute timely information during an emergency.  

Jason D. Reid, chair of Resilient Communities Ontario's Fire & Emergency Management Committee, will review fire and evacuation best practices in Ontario, trends in high-rise emergencies and challenges to prepare to enhance public safety.

"These series of educational events across the province will directly benefit the community and enhance public/private sector partnerships – before an emergency," says Reid.

For more information on the Ontario Association of Emergency Managers and to register, go to

For more information on Resilient Communities Ontario, go to

To help prepare for potential emergencies facing Kingston, go to

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