Let PEML develop and conduct your exercise so that it will test your plans and response capabilities based on local hazards while properly identifying strengths and weaknesses.
PEML can train your emergency responders and community leaders and politicians on all aspects of emergency management so that they understand their roles and responsibilities, as well as the roles and responsibilities of other partners.
Emergency Preparedness Exercises and Training
After Action Reports are a critical component of any emergency response or exercise. PEML can assist you in writing an After Action Report that avoids the little known difficulties and risks in such documents and ensures a practical and accurate report.
After Action Reports
ERPs should be user-friendly, enduring documents that can be used in times of stress and urgency with little emergency response training - yet be effective and efficient. Let PEML show you how this can be done.
Emergency Response Plans
For any inquiries, questions or commendations, please call: 705-849-7226 or fill out the following form
5 Beech Dr.
Blind River ON P0R 1B0
Phoenix Emergency Management Logic (PEML) was formed in 2015. With 13 years’ experience from Emergency Management Ontario (EMO), PEML has a solid understanding of public sector, private sector, First Nations, and NGO emergency management programs, capabilities, and challenges.
Prior to forming PEML, staff held positions with the Provincial Emergency Response Team (PERT) including: PERT Leader, Duty Operations Chief, and Duty Commander. PEML staff have previous experience responding to numerous emergencies including SARS in 2003, the Blackout in 2003, the Kashechewan Water Quality Emergency in 2005, the Elliot Lake Mall Collapse in 2012, and the Toronto Ice Storm of 2013. In addition, PEML has authored numerous emergency response plans, documents and developed the Guidelines on Appropriate EOC Telecommunications Systems.
PEML has been an active participant in many exercises, from small table tops and case studies, to large full scale cross border exercises between Ontario and Michigan, including roles as exercise developer, player, evaluator, and controller.
PEML is an accredited Associate Business Continuity Professional (DRI Canada) and Incident Management Systems Trainer (Level 100, 200, and 300, and Instructor). PEML also holds certification as a Community Emergency Management Coordinator and a Basic Emergency Management Instructor as well as Advanced Critical Incident Stress Management, Emergency Operations Centre Management, and Emergency Site Management.
PEML knows how emergency management programs can be advanced without the need for large budgets or complex time consuming planning. The goal of PEML is to advance emergency management programs of communities, First Nations, and the private sector by providing simple, low-cost, enduring emergency management ideas and concepts.