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Emergency Preparedness

Manitoba Emergency Preparedness Week: May 5-11, 2024

Emergency Preparedness (EP) Week 2024 (May 5-11).

This year's theme, "Be Prepared. Know Your Risks", underscores the importance of understanding and mitigating specific risks each community faces. By equipping residents with the knowledge and resources they need to prepare for emergencies, we can work together to build a safer and more resilient Manitoba.

Manitoba Emergency Management Organization (EMO) has created a toolkit of resources, that you can use.  This toolkit includes:

A test to the Alert Ready National Public Alerting System will also occur on May 8 at 1:55 p.m. during EP Week. The test alert will be distributed on television, radio, and compatible wireless devices. For more information on the test alert, visit

Thank you for your commitment to keeping your community safe and prepared. Together, we can create a Manitoba that is resilient to all hazards, emergencies and disasters.

The Joint Local Emergency Response Control Group

The Town of Beausejour and the Rural Municipality of Brokenhead have come together to form The Joint Local Emergency Response Control Group (JLERCG).

Through courses and mock disaster exercises, the JLERCG is continually preparing itself to handle any emergency or disaster that could happen in Beausejour or its surrounding area. Scenarios have been reviewed and resources have been inventoried over the last few years to keep the Emergency Plan up-to-date.

The Town of Beausejour is represented by:
Mayor Ray Schirle, CAO Christine Hutlet, Director of Operations Brendan Mazurik, Fire Chief Dean Mineault

Beausejour-Brokenhead Joint Emergency Operations Plan

Please click the link below to view the 2022 Town of Beausejour and Rural Municipality of Brokenhead Joint Emergency Operation Plan, adopted as per Resolution No. 2022-080.

2022 Joint Emergency Operations Plan