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We lead businesses in preparing to survive a disaster 
EPICC is a nonprofit government endorsed society supported by and for the benefit of business and institutions throughout British Columbia, to influence and help businesses prepare for emergencies and disasters.

BUSINESS PREPAREDNESS
Is your business prepared?

EARTHQUAKE PREPAREDNESS
Is your business prepared for an earthquake?

FLOOD PREPAREDNESS
Is your business prepared for a flood?

NEWS!!

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BC Emergency Preparedness Planners to host another Joint Conference. This will be the 6th Annual Emergency Preparedness & Business Continuity Conference.

THE 2020 EPBC CONFERENCE will be a 1 Day Virtual Event in November. More details to Follow
 
www.epbcconference.ca

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COVID 19 Outbreak

As a result of the current response to the COVID 19 outbreak in the Province of British Columbia, we are monitoring the situation and assessing the potential impact to the Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Conference, 02 to 05 November 2020.

At this stage they are still planning to hold the conference but will post a notice should that change.

We would like to express our appreciation to all our colleagues, especially those in the health care sector, who are working hard during this response. We recognise that we are all in this together and we are doing our part in following the orders of Doctor Bonnie Henry, our Provincial Health Officer.

Please exercise physical distancing, stay safe and look after your families.

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You can register for EPICC Membership on-line.
Memberships are renewed on an annual basis.
Contact info@epicc.org for more information.
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Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Conference
November 5, 2020
TBD (830-330pm)
1 Day Virtual Event
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