Ethics and Morals in Disaster and Emergency Management with David Etkin This is an important step forward for our profession and we look forward to your engagement. Maximize the good done for people and society, taking into consideration the needs of the most vulnerable. A basic principle of ethics is to do
CRHNet President Dear CRHNet members and supporters, past and present,Like so many other organizations around the world, CRHNet has faced a number of challenges leading up to and since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. We recognize that it is necessary to shift the priorities and activities of the organization in response to both
On behalf of the Board of Directors and the CRHNet membership, we would like to sincerely thank Patricia Martel for her leadership as President of the Board and all of her efforts over the years. Here is her departing message shared at the AGM on November 9th.
CRHNet held our Annual General Meeting on November 9, 2021 virtually. Here is the update from HazNet Editor, Lily Yumagulova. Be sure to check out the latest issue as well as archives. The fall/winter issue of HazNet focuses on HOPE. As part of the issue, we are particularly looking for art work from emergency managers.
Awards The CRHNet Awards Program is a national awards program established to recognize and honour exemplary individuals participating in and contributing to the study and practice of disaster risk management. The program is run by a standing committee of CRHNet members which reports to the CRHNet Board. Details of individual awards can be found
2021 CRHNet Annual General Meeting Register by Email Canadian Risk and Hazards Network (CRHNet) is a not-for-profit organization established in 2003 to promote and strengthen disaster risk reduction and emergency management in Canada. The Network creates an environment for hazards research, education and emergency management practitioner communities to effectively share knowledge and innovative
It is with a heavy heart that we share with you the news that Larry Pearce has passed away. Larry helped to establish CRHNet in 2003, acted as Executive Director and a board member for many years, as well as started HazNet as a newsletter in 2009. His contribution to this field and industry
Annonce: CRHNet combine la Table ronde nationale sur la réduction des risques de catastrophe de 2020 et le colloque annuel du CRHNet
Le Réseau canadien d’étude des risques et dangers (CRHNet) combine la Table ronde nationale sur la réduction des risques de catastrophe de 2020 et le colloque annuel du CRHNet. Le CRHNet s’est engagé à faire progresser la réduction des risques de catastrophe (RRC) au Canada comme ailleurs. Dans le cadre de ce
CRHNet is committed to advancing disaster risk reduction (DRR) in Canada and beyond. CRHNet applied for and received funding to organize the National Roundtable on Disaster Risk Reduction on a pilot basis under the Communications/Information Exchange Projects stream of Public Safety Canada’s Policy Development Contribution Program (PDCP). In consideration of the changing times,