JEMP offers training to Youth Movements to insure the safety and wellbeing of all participants at their camps. In case of emergency, JEMP can guide the Movement through the crisis and can liaise with emergency service organisations and parents if required.
Youth Movements are asked to complete and return the Camp Advice Form to JEMP so that we know where you are, when you will be there and who will be there to ensure that the Technical Committee can actively monitor the region where you are staying for potential emergencies and that, should an emergency arise, JEMP will then be able to assist you efficiently and effectively.
The following useful resources are also provided for your attention:
1. The Camp Emergency Management Checklist and Risk Analysis Tool are designed to help your School or Youth Movement build an emergency management provider specific to your camp location and situation.
The Hazards Planning Guide is a useful resource to assist you in the planning stages of your Activity.
The Managing Hazards Guide outlines steps to be taken in the event of:
- Bomb Threats
- Building Collapse
- Hazardous Chemicals
- Medical Emergencies
- Missing People
- Siege/Hostage Situations
- Suspicious People
- Suspicious Objects/Vehicles
3. JEMP and Hatzolah cannot stress enough the importance of careful health management of all camp attendees. We highly suggest that all camp leaders and madrachim:
4. Chabad Youth has kindly supplied the following documents you may find useful:
- List of topics with which all madrachim and leaders should should be familiar prior to attending camp
- Daily checklist for madrachim and leaders to use while on camp
The buttons below link you to various forms and posters which should be reviewed before all camps: