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GoA Partnership Symposium. Greg Carter. Format. AENV role in emergency management AENV role in the field Deployable resources Activation Criteria “Criteria for success”. AENV’s Role in EM. Risk management and mitigation Outreach Approvals Technical advice

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AENV role in emergency management

AENV role in the field

Deployable resources

Activation Criteria

“Criteria for success”

Aenv s role in em
AENV’s Role in EM

  • Risk management and mitigation

    • Outreach

    • Approvals

    • Technical advice

  • Incident and exercise planning

  • Incident response

    • Staff and resource deployment

    • Technical expertise

  • Remediation

Asert s roles
ASERT’s Roles

  • Risk management for EM

  • Assist in exercise planning and operational readiness

  • Coordinate AENV response

  • Facilitate engagement of non-AENV partners

  • Coordinate resource requirements

  • Coordinate information management

  • Coordinate handover to Regions

Aenv emergency response structure

AENV Emergency Response Structure


Regional Primaries (apprx 35)

AENV Specialists

MAML and Air Monitoring Tm

Surface Water Monitoring Tm

Water Management Ops

Flow Forecasting,

River Engineering

Dam Safety

AENV Communications Team



3 Regions / 6 Districts / 20 offices

Level 3 response


Representatives from GOA

Other Gov’t




If this position is located in the RP’s ICP, then the 2nd ERO/Primary communicates directly with Duty Officer and this position is removed from the structure.

Site Management can be defined as the Incident Command Post – removed from the Field Operations

Site Management

Field Operations

Deployable resources
Deployable Resources

  • Staff

    • Specialists in water, air, soil, ER

  • Boats (sampling)

  • Snowmobiles, ATVs

  • Mobile Air Monitoring Lab

  • Air Monitoring Units (Edm and Calg Fire)

  • Mobile EOCs

  • Spill response trailers

Activation criteria
Activation Criteria

  • Natural disaster causing “adverse effect”

  • Industrial ERP

  • DG release greater than 200 litres

  • Release into a water body

  • Gas well blow-out or any other uncontrolled air releases

  • Event that could impact air quality

  • Fatality as a result of an enviro incident

  • Incident that could impact a major transportation route

Criteria for success
“Criteria for Success”

  • Successful containment

  • Successful cleanup

  • Successful remediation

  • Achieved via successful response and coordination


AENV has an integrated response team

Array of technical specialists

A coordinating agency to coordinate AENV actions, and external with other organisations