Extreme weather safety

While extreme weather can be unpredictable, there are steps that homeowners and businesses can take to minimize risks and avoid hazards.

Preparing for extreme weather

As the effects of climate change worsen, wildfires, floods, extreme cold, and heavy storms are becoming more common across BC. Learn how to prepare your home for extreme weather, and what to do in the event of an evacuation.

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Extreme weather impact on technical equipment

Join us at one of our virtual workshops on November 23 or 30 to learn about some of the findings we have identified as climate impacts on the safety of technical equipment related to electrical, gas, boilers, pressure vessels, and refrigeration technologies.

Wildfire safety

Wildfires are a growing concern as dry conditions brought on by climate change contribute to elevated risk across many parts of the province.

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Flood safety

If you live or work in an area of the province where flooding is a high risk, be aware that there are serious gas and electrical safety implications you need to consider and prepare for.

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