Left Navigation CAMP IBC’s Community Assistance Mobile Pavilion (CAMP) is a national program to assist disaster victims. CAMP was deployed in May 2016, after wildfires forced the evacuation of Fort McMurray and surrounding area, and 2011 after a massive wildfire struck Slave Lake, Alta, and a devastating tornado hit Goderich, Ont. Helping Canadians from Coast to CoastIBC deploys CAMP to disaster sites that have significant insured damage. Canadians who are suddenly forced to cope with a damaging event – such as a windstorm, wildfire, ice storm, torrential rains or another disaster – may be able to access on-site insurance-related information through this IBC national program. CAMP is staffed with trained insurance industry personnel and is set up at emergency shelters and community centres where disaster victims are gathered. In cases where a physical deployment isn’t possible, IBC representatives work with local officials and insurers to disseminate information. After a Disaster, IBC Experts Can HelpIn addition to CAMP, insurance professionals staff IBC’s Consumer Information Centre at 1-844-2ASK-IBC (1-844-227-5422) to help address questions after a disaster. These information officers can respond to specific questions that may not be covered on the IBC website. If an information officer does not have the answer to your question, he or she will direct you to someone who does. For information regarding your particular insurance policy, contact your insurance representative. Community Assistance Mobile Pavilion (CAMP)CAMP is a national program created by IBC on behalf of its member companies to provide on-site insurance assistance to disaster victims. Useful LinksCrisis Management - Auto InsuranceIn times of crisis, slowing down is often the best approach. A crisis can be weather related. Whether your vehicle has been damaged by water, wind, fire, ice or an earthquake, make sure you know what to do in the event of an emergencyCrisis Management - Home InsuranceFrom floods to fires to earthquakes, severe weather can damage your home. A home robbery or attempted break-in can put you, your family and your property, at risk. If you’re in a crisis situation that could affect the structure of your home or your own health, keep calm and seek alternate shelter immediately. Crisis Management - Business InsuranceA crisis can happen at any time, threatening an organization in a multitude of tangible and intangible ways. Following best practices in risk management – including creating a business continuity plan – can mean the difference between recovery and bankruptcy. Disaster Safety KitWhen a natural disaster occurs, it can take first responders as long as 72 hours to reach people in non-critical situations.