In an era where emergencies and disasters are increasing in cost, frequency, and complexity, the public expects communities to be resilient, governments to be prepared, and critical infrastructure to withstand disruptions. Modern regulatory frameworks are demanding more risk assessments, emergency planning, and emergency exercises. There is an urgent need to understand how climate change is affecting current and future risk.

KPMG in Canada’s national Critical Infrastructure Resilience and Emergency Management (CIREM) practice provides coast to coast support to governments, communities, and critical infrastructure asset owners. We are proud to be trusted collaborators of public and private sector organizations across Canada - from emergency management organizations to federal, provincial and Indigenous governments to the telecommunications, transportation, and energy sectors.

For the last 20 years, KPMG has helped clients prepare for, respond to, and recover from some of the largest natural disasters around the world. Our global network of emergency management professionals brings perspectives from the United States, New Zealand, Australia, and other leading jurisdictions.

Our team of dedicated practitioners stand ready to collaborate with you to help enhance the resilience of your community or asset, and are prepared to elevate your state of readiness, to ensure a committed level of support.

Our offerings include:

  • Mitigation and risk assessment
  • Planning, emergency exercises and policy analysis
  • Response and recovery
  • Post-event analysis and readiness assessments

We bring together specialists to help deliver all-hazards and hazard-specific risk assessments, develop tailored strategies and plans, augment response efforts, and provide timely research and recommendations following major emergencies.

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