The Confederacy of Treaty 6 First Nations serves as the united political voice for Treaty 6 signatory nations, which includes 50 First Nations. The geographic area of the Treaty stretches from western Alberta, through Saskatchewan and into Manitoba.
The Confederacy of Treaty 6 First Nations, department of emergency preparedness and planning, wanted to educate its member nations on how to create a human centered approach for emergency preparedness so that communities could build upon, and improve their safety and resilience to disasters.
I believe that in the future, all Economic Developers will have to consider some degree of sustainability. Disasters are arriving faster than our capability to respond. That’s why I believe that training like RIC provided will be key for all of us.
Community Economic Development Officer, RM of La Broquerie
Attendees walked away from the session with an understanding of how the human centered approach can apply to disaster preparedness by shifting the EM paradigm of being tactic strong to people based.
The Confederacy of Treaty 6 First Nations has provided its members’ ways to incorporate comprehensive disaster strategies that address social, economic, and environmental impacts to people and communities now and in the future.
The department of emergency preparedness and planning had the sincere pleasure of working with Rebecca on the Treaty 6 Emergency Preparedness Speaker Series. She was professional, knowledgeable, and engaging. Of note, the department found her ability to envision new ways of doing emergency preparedness particularly impressive. We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Rebecca Innes Consulting to anyone seeking emergency management services
Confederacy of Treaty Six First Nations
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