Emergency /Health Services

The Village of Beiseker Emergency Evacuation Plan

 

Beiseker Evacuation Plan 2020

 

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72 HOURS…..ARE YOU PREPARED?
If a disaster happens in our community, it may take emergency workers some time to get to you as they help those in desperate need.  You should be prepared to take care of yourself and your family for a minimum of 72 hours.
By taking a few simple steps today, you can become better prepared to face a range of emergencies – anytime, anywhere.

1.  KNOWS THE RISKS – In Alberta, a tornado can strike quickly with significant damage.  Wildfires and blizzards can threaten communities and restrict movement.  Heavy rains can cause flash flooding.

2.  MAKE A PLAN – Every household needs an emergency plan.  It will help you and your family to know what to do in case of an emergency.

3.  GET AN EMERGENCY KIT – In an emergency you will need some basic supplies.  You may need to get by without power or tap water.  Be prepared to be self-sufficient for at least 72 hours.

Complete your Village of Beiseker EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND EVACUATION GUIDE VILLAGE OF BEISEKER – Emergency Preparedness and Evacuation Brochure and keep it handy in the event of an emergency.  If you have not received your copy, stop by the Village Office, or call us at 403-947-3774 and we will send you a copy.  Be prepared!

Please see the following websites for preparing for an emergency:
https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/index-en.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/hazard-preparedness.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/what-to-do-before-during-and-after-an-emergency.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/wildfires.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/tornadoes-and-extreme-winds.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/floods.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/power-and-water-outages.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/thunderstorms-lightning-heavy-rain-and-hail.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/blizzards-freezing-rain-ice-storms-and-extreme-cold.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/build-an-emergency-kit.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/pet-preparedness.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/farm-animals-and-livestock-preparedness.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/raise-awareness-in-your-community.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/make-an-emergency-plan.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/emergency-preparedness.aspx

 

EMERGENCY

AMBULANCE – 911

FIRE – EMERGENCY – 911

FIRE HALL – 403 947-2506

RCMP EMERGENCY – 911

RCMP NON-EMERGENCY – 403 947-3496

RCMP ADMINISTRATION & INFORMATION -403  947-3420

HEALTH

BEISEKER MEDICAL CLINIC – 403 947-3440

BOYD’S ALTERNATIVE HEALTH – 403 947-2389

SIMPLY FOOD FOR THOUGHT – www.simplyfoodft.com   – 403 947-3444

BEISEKER COMMUNITY LINKS – 403 947-2841
BEISEKER PHARMACY – 403-947-3875