Program Understanding and Expression of Interest

As part of the City of Kingston’s Emergency Response Plan, United Way of KFL&A is seeking volunteers to assist in the event of an emergency.

The Emergency Management Plan is managed by staff from Kingston Fire & Rescue.  If selected as a volunteer, the Community Emergency Management Coordinator  will work with you as follows:

  • Provide information on how United Way community volunteers can support the City during an emergency
  • Provide training and coordination to volunteers on supporting a variety of emergencies in non-hazardous situations
  • Undergo an annual CPIC and Vulnerable Sector by the City
  • Provide first-aid training sessions for those who are interested
  • Provide other training and information sessions periodically 

Emergency Response volunteers may be called upon if there is an emergency. This is a list of potential roles that volunteers may be assigned:
  • In reception centres to support registration and identification of displaced persons
  • In non-hazardous areas to support emergency workers
  • Assisting the City’s social services staff in the provision of emergency social services, food, clothing, lodging and other social service supports
  • Assisting emergency services to directly communicate important information to residents outside an Emergency impact area(s)
  • Operating City-owned motor vehicles to deliver supplies and equipment for use by other responders
  • Participating in City briefings to understand and support services
  • Developing work rotations with City staff that supports effective “work-rest” cycles
  • Supporting and joining effort with other community response agencies working in support of the City

Question Title

* 1. I have read and understand the Emergency Response Volunteer role described above and would like to apply to be a volunteer.

0 of 11 answered
 

T