North American Plan for Animal and Pandemic Influenza The plan outlines how Canada, Mexico, and the United States intend to strengthen their emergency response capacities as well as trilateral and cross-sectoral collaborations and capabilities in order to assist each other and ensure a faster and more coordinated response to  outbreaks of animal influenza or an influenza pandemic.


Beyond the Borders Action Plan (US Version)


Beyond the Borders Action Plan (CA Version)


National Strategic Plan for Public Health Preparedness and Response. The plan  is a guide for CDC, the entire public health system, and its stakeholders to secure the health of the nation. The plan identifies a collective 2020 vision for preparedness: “people’s health protected – public health secured”, and contains eight core objectives that identify what we are striving to achieve


Oregon Public Health Emergency Preparedness Strategic Work Plan This plan was completed by the Oregon Health Authority in 2011. This plan has been prepared and published using funding support received from the Coordinating Office for Terrorism Preparedness and Emergency Response (CTPER) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response. Editing, layout, and design provided by the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP), University of Washington.


Operational Plan for the Movement of Emergency Medical Services Staff and Resources Across the British Columbia – Washington Border  A plan for the timely and efficient movement and use of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) staff and resources across in the event of a declared emergency following a catastrophic event or a localized Mass Casualty Incident (MCI) that overwhelms the EMS capacity of a border jurisdiction.

UpdatedCanada Command – United States Northern Command Civil Assistance Plan  The purpose of the CAP is to provide a framework for the military of one nation to provide support to the military of the other nation in  the performance of civil support operations, e.g. floods, forest fires, hurricanes, earthquakes and effects of a terrorist attack.