Emergency Preparedness

Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) is committed to providing the safest environment for our public and our employees. Our safety-first culture is a part of everything we do, with preventative measures taken to ensure that our plans, facilities and equipment are regularly maintained, tested, and inspected in compliance with the standards and policies of our provincial and federal regulators including the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).

PHAI Emergency Preparedness

The PHAI follows the industry and Canadian comprehensive all-hazards approach to safeguard the public from any potential incidents, with plans in place to ensure any event is properly managed and risks to people and the environment are minimized. Preparations include a trained emergency operations team and subject matter experts who are on-call and ready to respond.

2016-PH-FD-TrainingOur emergency preparedness plans are highly integrated and aligned with our host municipalities and regulatory agencies. Drills and exercises to test our plans and practice and improve on our processes are a joint contribution and are often partnered with the local community, provincial and federal agencies.

Related Links

Municipality of Clarington Emergency Management
Municipality of Port Hope Emergency Management

All homes should have a 72-hour emergency kit for each person and pet in your family. For guides on how to create your own kits, please visit: www.getprepared.gc.ca/index-eng.aspx

January 23, 2018