Resources


Document Key Points
1. Aboriginal Disaster Resilience Planning Guide Background and objectives for disaster planning along with four steps and related activities for Disaster Resilience Planning.

Overview and Instructions
Step One – Getting Started
Step Two – Resilience Assessment
Step Three – Building a Resilience Plan
Step Four – Plan Implementation
2. Tools

a. Aboriginal Resilience Tools

Aboriginal Resilience Index (ARI)

A tool to help you assess your community’s disaster resilience in order to provide information on areas of resilience that can be enhanced.

Instructions
Aboriginal Resilience Index Printable Tool

Aboriginal Resilience Strategies (ARS)

Concrete action strategies for enhancing disaster resilience. These strategies are based on research on best practices in disaster management and resilience.

Aboriginal Resilience Printable Strategies

b. Hazard Tools

Hazard Risk Analysis Overview and Instructions

Overview of what hazards are including a list of 17 categories and associated hazards along with instructions for assessing community hazards.

Instructions

Hazard Risk Analysis (HRA)

17 specific hazard documents including definitions of the hazards, discussion points and “it happened here”. It includes hazard specific factors to assess your risk.

Instructions
Accidents Food Shortages
Astronomical Geological
Atmospheric Hazardous Material Spills, Explosions and Leaks
Contamination and Pollution Hydrological
Conflictual Social Action
Dam Failure and Structural Collapse Nuclear Failure
Diseases Power and Water Outages
Earthquakes, Tsunamis and Volcanoes and Resources Riots
Fires Terrorism

Hazard Resilience Index (HRI)

17 specific hazard resilience documents to rate and assess your community’s resilience to hazards.

Instructions
Accidents Food Shortages
Astronomical Hazards Geological
Atmospheric Hazards Hazardous Materials Spills, Explosions and Leaks
Contamination Hydrological Hazards
Conflictual Social Action Nuclear Failure
Dam Failure and Structural Collapse Power and Water Outages
Diseases Riots
Earthquakes, Tsunami and Volcanoes Terrorism
Fires

Hazard Resilience Strategies (HRS)

17 specific hazard resilience strategies documents to help you develop your disaster resilience plan.

Instructions
Accidents Food Shortages
Astronomical Geological Hazards
Atmospheric Hazardous Material Spills, Explosions and Leaks
Contamination Hydrological Hazards
Conflictual Social Action
Dam Failure and Structural Collapse Nuclear Failure
Diseases Power and Water Outages
Earthquakes, Tsunamis and Volcanoes Riots
Fires Terrorism
3. Resiliency Resource Guide

Community Profile Instructions Community Profile Template

Guidance and a helpful template for completing a Community Profile

Skills and Knowledge Inventory: Instructions

Skills and Knowledge Inventory: Computer-based Form

Skills and Knowledge Inventory: Interview Form

Skills and Knowledge Inventory: Mail-out Form

  • Skills and Knowledge Inventory Overview and Instructions
  • A computer-based template for collecting information regarding local skills and knowledge
  • An interview template for collecting information regarding local skills and knowledge
  • A mail-out template for collecting information regarding local skills and knowledge

Community Mapping

Guidance for approaching community-based mapping.

Collecting Information

Guidance for collecting community-based information

Working Together: Building a Community Team

Working Together: Community Acceptance

Working Together: Holding Community Meetings

Working Together: Creating a Community Vision

  • Guidance for Working Collectively
  • Guidance for Community Acceptance
  • Guidance for Holding Community Meetings
  • Guidance for Creating a Community Vision

Hazard Risk Profile Template

A template to compile your information from the Hazard Risk Assessment.

Integrated Disaster Resilience Profile Template

A template to compile and analyse your Rural Resilience Index and Hazard Resilience Index information.

Glossary

A list of terms related to disaster planning.
4. Provincial and Territorial Information Guides
Alberta Northwest Territories
British Columbia Ontario
Manitoba Prince Edward Island
New Brunswick Quebec
Newfoundland & Labrador Saskatchewan
Nova Scotia Yukon
Nunavut
5. ADRP Facilitator Toolkit Aboriginal Disaster Resiliency Planning (ADRP) Facilitator’s Toolkit

Facilitators Guide
Pathways Poster – coloured path
Pathways Poster – white path
Facilitators Presentation
Faculty Lesson Plan
Reporting Guide
Resources Guide
6. ADRP Traditional Knowledge Toolkit Outlines the sharing of Traditional Knowledge (TK) about Aboriginal resilience

Traditional Knowledge Toolkit


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