Laws Online Results

No items in cart
Total:$0.00

"Emergency Management Act "

Emergency Management Act

The Emergency Management Act (EMA) provides the legislative framework for local and provincial management of emergencies and disasters. It outlines the roles and responsibilities of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, the provincial government, and local authorities. The EMA provides the authority for the granting of additional powers during a state of emergency or a state of local emergency and governs the coming into force, expiration, and termination of these states of emergency. The EMA also has regulation making authority, under which the Disaster Recovery Regulation and the Government Emergency Management Regulation were established.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: E-6.8 RSA 2000
    Status: Office Consolidation
    Ministry Responsible: Municipal Affairs
    Current to 12/11/2013
    Item/ISBN#: 9780779777495
    Pages 17
    View PDFView PDF
View HTMLView HTML

Add to Cart
Ship Product $5.00

Download MS Word $5.00

Following are the associated Regulations for the Emergency Management Act ...

Disaster Recovery Regulation

The Disaster Recovery Regulation (DRR) governs the assessment of damage or loss caused by a disaster and the payment of financial assistance for the damage or loss. The regulation sets out how and when a Disaster Recovery Program may be created and provides the authority for the Minister of Municipal Affairs to establish the Alberta Disaster Assistance Guidelines and the Alberta Guidelines for Municipal Wildfire Assistance Program. The DRR also defines the appeals process available to applicants for disaster programs, outlines applicant eligibility requirements for programs, and provides a public interest exception which can be exercised at the discretion of the Minister of Municipal Affairs.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 51/1994
    Status: Office Consolidation
    Related Act
    View PDFView PDF
View HTMLView HTML
Add to Cart
Ship Product $4.00

Download MS Word $4.00

Government Emergency Management Regulation

The Government Emergency Management Regulation (GEMR) sets out the emergency management responsibilities of the Alberta Emergency Management Agency, government departments, and department deputy heads. The GEMR assigns responsibility for these three categories of organizations and individuals respecting the preparation or implementation of plans, arrangements, or training to deal with emergencies.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 248/2007
    Status: Office Consolidation
    Related Act
    View PDFView PDF
View HTMLView HTML
Add to Cart
Ship Product $4.00

Download MS Word $4.00

Catalogue Search
 

More options