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Emergency Response Plan

  1. 1. Acadia National Park Maine USA Emergency Response Plan(Activate if group has not reported within 12hrs of designated time) 1
  2. 2. Table of ContentsTeam Member Emergency Contact Pg. 3Emergency Contact/ Useful Contact Pg. 4Biking Route Plan Pg. 5Group Itinerary Pg. 6-14Daily Emergency Response Pg. 15-23Hazard Identification Pg. 24-26Hospital Map Pg. 27-30Plan B Pg. 31-35References Pg. 36 2
  3. 3. Emergency Contact Team Members Participant Next of Kin Location Donna Lowe Cell 519-375-5872 Nick Lowe Meaford ON. Home 519-538-1613 Work 519-376-2121 ext 2464 Annette Pickard Cell 519-427-7128 Boone Pickard Simcoe ON. Home 519-428-2572 Work 519-426-0791 Ron Jasiuk Cell 519-217-2645 Cedar Jasiuk Orangeville, ON. Home 519-942-2972 Work Kevin Anderson Cell 1-204-688-6937 Nate Anderson Winnipeg, Manitoba Home 1-204-453-2079 Work N/A David Gurnham Cell 204-805-1528 Mike Gurnham Winnipeg, Manitoba Home204-831-8648 Work 204-944-3551 Robert Terriah Cell 519-662-1162Courtney Terriah Cornwall, ON. Home 613-935-7558 Work 613-933-2592 Ginny & Kenneth Cell 705-795-3603Myles Williamson Barrie, ON. Home 705-728-9673 Work 705-728-9673 3
  4. 4. 1. Emergency Contacts/ Useful contacts (Call in Descending order) Contact Reason Phone # EMS Emergency 911 Maine State Trooper (J) Emergency (207) 667-3722 Acadia Park Ranger General Information (207) 288-3338 Identity, passport, border entry, customs or Consulate General of Canada Boston insurance issues (617) 262-3760 Maine Coast Memorial Hospital 489 State (888) 645-8829 or 1 Street, Bangor, ME 04401-6674 Information & Patient Care 207-973-7000 Maine Coast Memorial Hospital Ellsworth, Maine United States 207-664-5311 or Toll 50 Union Street Maine 04605 Information & Patient Care Free: 1-888-645-88291. Bar Harbor (Mount Desert Island) 10 Wayman lane ME 04609 Information & Patient Care (207) 288-5081 Blue Hill Memorial Hospital 65 Water (207)374-3400 or +1 Street, Blue Hill, ME, United States Information & Patient Care 207-374-2311 Acadia Visitor Center General Inquires (207)288-3338 (0) Acadia Road Closures Road Closures (207)288-3338 Acadia Weather Reports Weather 207-667-8910 or call the park at 207-288-3338 2. School Contact Numbers (Call in Descending Order) Call in this order: Daytime / office Home / cell Jeff Jackson (613) 735-4700 x2704 (613) 732-1156 / (613) 633-0918 Cam Dube (613) 735-4700 x2718 (613) 312-9954 Chris Melmoth (613) 735-4700 x2880 (613) 732-1772 / (613) 635-3084 Shannon Hunter (613) 646 – 2291 or 2241 (ext. 262 direct) (613) 582-3462 / (613) 585-2241 Charles Tong (613) 646 – 2291 or 2241 Margaret Krueger, A.C. Office Secretary (613) 735 – 4700 x 2722 Murray Kyte (613) 735 – 4700 x 2751 (613) 732-0083 cell (613) 639-5375 4
  5. 5. Biking Route Plan 5
  6. 6. Group Itinerary:Day 1- Pembroke to Bangor ME, USA (April 14, 2012) Call Jeff Jackson Upon Arrival In Bangor Depart Pembroke @ 6:00 am Pick up bikes from Ottawa @ 12:00 Pm Arrive at Paul Bunyan Campground Bangor ME 04401 @ 8:00 PM (831 km)Vehicle Parked @ Charlie Smith – (Warm Showers) 408 N Maine st, Brewer, Maine 04412, USA Email:Georgerinnh@hotmail.com (603) 913-4674 6
  7. 7. Day 2 Bangor to Ellsworth (April 15, 2012) Depart @ 8:00 AM Lunch @ 12:00-1:00 PM Arrive @ 3:00 PM Possible Warm showers waiting to hear back John Fink 566 Bayside Rd, Ellsworth, ME 04605-3823, USA 207 667-7186 (55 KM) 7
  8. 8. Day 3 Ellsworth to Blackwoods Campground Acadia National Park (April 16, 2012) Depart @ 8:00 AM Lunch @ 11:30-12:30 PMArrive @ 3:00 Pm Blackwood Campground Blackwoods Road, Mount Desert, ME, United States (207) 288-3745 8
  9. 9. Day 4- Layover Day Hike to Cadillac Mountain (April 17, 2012) Depart @ 9:00 Am Lunch @ 12:00 Pm Return @ 4:00 Pm (11 Km loop) Blackwood Campground Blackwoods Road, Mount Desert, ME, United States (207) 288-3745 9
  10. 10. Day 5 Black woods campground to seawall (April 18, 2012) Depart @ 8:00 Am Lunch @ 11-12:00 Pm Arrive @ 2:00 Pm Seawall Campground (42 Km) Seawall Campground 668 Seawall Rd, Southwest Harbor,ME, 04679 (207) 244-3600 10
  11. 11. Day 6 Seawall to Blue Hill(April 19, 2012) Depart @ 8:00 Am Lunch @ 11-12:00 Pm Trenton Arrive @ 3:00 Pm Susan Hudson, 106 E. Blue Hill Road, P.O. Box 1175, Blue Hill, Maine 04614 United States 11
  12. 12. Day 7- Surry to Balsam Cove Campground East Orland (April 20, 2012) Depart @ 8:00 Am Lunch @ 11-12:00 Pm Trenton Arrive @ 3:00 Pm Balsam Cove Campground, 286 Black Ridge Rd, East Orland, ME, 04472 1 800 469-771 or(207) 469-7771 12
  13. 13. Day 8 Orland to Brewer (April 21, 2012) Depart @ 9:00 Am Lunch @ 11:30- 12:30 Pm Orrington Arrive @ 1:30 Pm Charlie Smith – Warm Showers, 408 N Maine St, Brewer, Maine 04412, USA, Email: Georgerinnh@hotmail.com, (603) 913-4674 13
  14. 14. Day 9 Bangor to Pembroke (April 22, 2012) Call Jeff Jackson Prior to departure and upon arrival Depart @ 8:00 Am Lunch @ 12:00 Pm Return Bikes @ 3:00 Pm Arrive @ 6:30 Pm Pembroke (831 Km) 14
  15. 15. Daily Emergency Response PlanDay 1 Pembroke to Bangor Maine USA (April 14, 2011)In case of emergency call 9111. Notify Jeff Jackson of deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. If victim’s injuries require transportation to the nearest hospital, one group member follows victim to hospital3. Assess medical situation4. In light of Trip Plan, interests of injured member, and moral standards, determine proper course of action(e.g. continue trip, cancel remainder of trip, modify trip, etc.)5. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationVehicle Problems1. If an accident has occurred, call local police department and/or activate emergency response above2. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary3. Deal with incident4. Call CAA for help and assess damage for possible solutions5. Notify Ron Jasiuk6. Evaluate Plan B7. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationBike Rental Problems 1. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary 2. Evaluate plan B 3. Call Jeff Jackson with updateCustoms/Border entry denial1. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. Call Consulate General of Canada in Boston for help/guidance3. Ensure group member not allowed to enter country is well equipped, safe, and well taken care of.4. Continue trip if 60% or more of group has crossed the border5. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationCampground Problems1. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. Relocate to proximate motel/hotel for the night3. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situation (Starra, 2011) 15
  16. 16. Day 2 Bangor to Ellsworth (April 15, 2012)In case of emergency call 9111. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. If victim’s injuries require transportation to the nearest hospital, one group member follows victim to hospital3. Assess medical situation4. In light of Trip Plan, interests of injured member, and moral standards, determine proper course of action(e.g. continue trip, cancel remainder of trip, modify trip, etc.)5. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationNon-Emergency Medical Problems1. Assess injury/medical problem2. Treat injury/medical problem according to WFR standards3. Call Jeff Jackson to report the injury/medical problem at first possible opportunity4. If continuation of trip in full is undesired/impossible, assess situation and act accordingly with the entiregroups interest5. Continue to the nearest hospital6. If upon reassessment of injury/medical conditions deteriorate initiate emergency response above7. Call Jeff Jackson if possible using satellite phone to update on current situationMechanical Bike Problems 1. Assess problem and repair if possible 2. Notify Jeff Jackson of any deviance 3. Replace Bike if possible or Individual stays in a hotel while group continues 4. Notify Jeff Jackson of updateCampground Problems1. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. Relocate to proximate motel/hotel for the night3. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situation (Starra, 2011)Weather Problems 1. Assess weather based upon recent updates and make a group consensus 2. Notify Jeff Jackson of deviance 16
  17. 17. Day 3 Ellsworth to Blackwoods Campground Acadia National Park (April 16, 2012)In case of emergency call 9111. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. If victim’s injuries require transportation to the nearest hospital, follow group member to the hospital3. Assess medical situation4. In light of Trip Plan, interests of injured member, and moral standards, determine proper course of action(e.g. continue trip, cancel remainder of trip, modify trip, etc.)5. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationNon-Emergency Medical Problems1. Assess injury/medical problem2. Treat injury/medical problem according to WFR standards3. Call Jeff Jackson to report the injury/medical problem at first possible opportunity4. If continuation of trip in full is undesired/impossible, assess situation and act accordingly with the entiregroups interest5. Continue to the nearest hospital6. If upon reassessment of injury/medical conditions deteriorate initiate emergency response above7. Call Jeff Jackson if possible using satellite phone to update on current situationCampground Problems1. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. Relocate to proximate motel/hotel for the night3. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situation (Starra, 2011)Weather Problems 1. Assess weather based upon the most recent update group consensus 2. Notify Jeff Jackson of deviance 17
  18. 18. Day 4- Layover Day Hike to Cadillac Mountain (April 17, 2012)In case of emergency call 9111. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. If victim’s injuries require transportation to the nearest hospital, follow group member to the hospital3. Assess medical situation4. In light of Trip Plan, interests of injured member, and moral standards, determine proper course of action(e.g. continue trip, cancel remainder of trip, modify trip, etc.)5. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationNon-Emergency Medical Problems1. Assess injury/medical problem2. Treat injury/medical problem according to WFR standards3. Call Jeff Jackson to report the injury/medical problem at first possible opportunity4. If continuation of trip in full is undesired/impossible, assess situation and act accordingly with the entiregroups interest5. Continue to the nearest hospital6. If upon reassessment of injury/medical conditions deteriorate initiate emergency response above7. Call Jeff Jackson if possible using satellite phone to update on current situation (Starra, 2011)Weather Problems 1. Assess weather based upon recent updates and reach a group consensus 2. Notify Jeff Jackson of deviance 18
  19. 19. Day 5 Black woods campground to seawall (April 18, 2012)In case of emergency call 9111. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. If victim’s injuries require transportation to the nearest hospital, follow group member to the hospital3. Assess medical situation4. In light of Trip Plan, interests of injured member, and moral standards, determine proper course of action(e.g. continue trip, cancel remainder of trip, modify trip, etc.)5. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationNon-Emergency Medical Problems1. Assess injury/medical problem2. Treat injury/medical problem according to WFR standards3. Call Jeff Jackson to report the injury/medical problem at first possible opportunity4. If continuation of trip in full is undesired/impossible, assess situation and act accordingly with the entiregroups interest5. Continue to the nearest hospital6. If upon reassessment of injury/medical conditions deteriorate initiate emergency response above7. Call Jeff Jackson if possible using satellite phone to update on current situationMechanical Bike Problems 1.Assess problem and repair if possible 2.Notify Jeff Jackson of any deviance 3.Replace Bike if possible or Individual stays in a hotel while group continues 4.Notify Jeff Jackson of updateCampground Problems1. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. Relocate to proximate motel/hotel for the night3. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situation (Starra, 2011)Weather Problems 1.Assess weather based upon the most recent update group consensus 2.Notify Jeff Jackson of deviance 19
  20. 20. Day 6 Seawall to the Gatherings Campground (April 19, 2012)In case of emergency call 9111. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. If victim’s injuries require transportation to the nearest hospital, follow group member to the hospital3. Assess medical situation4. In light of Trip Plan, interests of injured member, and moral standards, determine proper course of action(e.g. continue trip, cancel remainder of trip, modify trip, etc.)5. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationNon-Emergency Medical Problems1. Assess injury/medical problem2. Treat injury/medical problem according to WFR standards3. Call Jeff Jackson to report the injury/medical problem at first possible opportunity4. If continuation of trip in full is undesired/impossible, assess situation and act accordingly with the entiregroups interest5. Continue to the nearest hospital6. If upon reassessment of injury/medical conditions deteriorate initiate emergency response above7. Call Jeff Jackson if possible using satellite phone to update on current situationMechanical Bike Problems 1.Assess problem and repair if possible 2.Notify Jeff Jackson of any deviance 3.Replace Bike if possible or Individual locates to hotel and group continues 4.Notify Jeff Jackson of updateCampground Problems1. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. Relocate to proximate motel/hotel for the night3. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situation (Starra, 2011)Weather Problems 1.Assess weather based upon the most recent update group consensus 2.Notify Jeff Jackson of deviance 20
  21. 21. Day 7- Surry to Orland Shady Oakes Campground (April 20, 2012)In case of emergency call 9111. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. If victim’s injuries require transportation to the nearest hospital, follow group member to the hospital3. Assess medical situation4. In light of Trip Plan, interests of injured member, and moral standards, determine proper course of action(e.g. continue trip, cancel remainder of trip, modify trip, etc.)5. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationNon-Emergency Medical Problems1. Assess injury/medical problem2. Treat injury/medical problem according to WFR standards3. Call Jeff Jackson to report the injury/medical problem at first possible opportunity4. If continuation of trip in full is undesired/impossible, assess situation and act accordingly with the entiregroups interest5. Continue to the nearest hospital6. If upon reassessment of injury/medical conditions deteriorate initiate emergency response above7. Call Jeff Jackson if possible using satellite phone to update on current situationMechanical Bike Problems 1.Assess problem and repair if possible 2.Notify Jeff Jackson of any deviance 3.Replace Bike if possible or Individual stays in a hotel while group continues 4.Notify Jeff Jackson of updateCampground Problems1. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. Relocate to proximate motel/hotel for the night3. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situation (Starra, 2011)Weather Problems 1. Assess weather based upon the most recent update group consensus 2. Notify Jeff Jackson of deviance 21
  22. 22. Day 8 Orland to Bangor (April 21, 2012)In case of emergency call 9111. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. If victim’s injuries require transportation to the nearest hospital, follow group member to the hospital3. Assess medical situation4. In light of Trip Plan, interests of injured member, and moral standards, determine proper course of action(e.g. continue trip, cancel remainder of trip, modify trip, etc.)5. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationNon-Emergency Medical Problems1. Assess injury/medical problem2. Treat injury/medical problem according to WFR standards3. Call Jeff Jackson to report the injury/medical problem at first possible opportunity4. If continuation of trip in full is undesired/impossible, assess situation and act accordingly with the entiregroups interest5. Continue to the nearest hospital6. If upon reassessment of injury/medical conditions deteriorate initiate emergency response above7. Call Jeff Jackson if possible using satellite phone to update on current situationMechanical Bike Problems 1.Assess problem and repair if possible 2.Notify Jeff Jackson of any deviance 3.Replace Bike if possible or Individual stays in a hotel while group continues 4.Notify Jeff Jackson of updateCampground Problems1. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. Relocate to proximate motel/hotel for the night3. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situation (Starra, 2011)Weather Problems 1.Assess weather based upon the most recent update group consensus 2.Notify Jeff Jackson of deviance 22
  23. 23. Day 9 Bangor to Pembroke (April 22, 2012)In case of emergency call 9111. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. If victim’s injuries require transportation to the nearest hospital, follow group member to the hospital3. Assess medical situation4. In light of Trip Plan, interests of injured member, and moral standards, determine proper course of action(e.g. continue trip, cancel remainder of trip, modify trip, etc.)5. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationVehicle Problems1. If an accident has occurred, call local police department and/or activate emergency response above2. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary3. Deal with incident4. Call CAA for help and assess damage if possible5. Notify Ron Jasiuk6. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationCustoms/Border entry denial1. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. Call Consulate General of Canada in Boston for help/guidance3. Ensure group member(s) not allowed to enter country is well equipped, safe, and well taken care of.4. Continue trip if 60% or more of group has crossed the border5. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationCampground Problems1. Call Jeff Jackson to report the deviance from the Trip Plan/Itinerary2. Relocate to proximate motel/hotel for the night3. Call Jeff Jackson to update on current situationNon-Emergency Medical Problems1. Assess injury/medical problem2. Treat injury/medical problem according to WFR standards3. Call Jeff Jackson to report the injury/medical problem at first possible opportunity4. If continuation of trip in full is undesired/impossible, assess situation and act accordingly with the entiregroups interest5. Continue to the nearest hospital6. If upon reassessment of injury/medical conditions deteriorate initiate emergency response above7. Call Jeff Jackson if possible using satellite phone to update on current situation (Starra, 2011)Weather Problems 1.Assess weather based upon recent updates and use group consensus for decision making 2. Notify Jeff Jackson of deviance 23
  24. 24. Hazard Identification Probability Severity Catastrophic Guaranteed Moderate Unlikely Possible Hazard Prevention control and mitigation Severe Likely Minor Assign Navigator Vehicle Accident 1 4 Drive in shifts & Take scheduled breaks Obey traffic laws Monitor fluids Attain vehicle history from ownerVehicle Breakdown 2 2 CAA Insured Drive Responsibly Have documentation at the ready Border Crossing Make Photo copies 2 2 Problems Store identification in a safe area Drink fluids Dehydration 3 3 Monitor intake of others Take appropriate # of breaks Exercise on bike prior to trip Saddle Soars 3 3 Proper Biking Techniques Notify TL of difficulties Log time on a bike Fatigue 3 2 Proper water and food intake Appropriate trip plan Proper foot wear Blisters 3 2 Exercise prior to trip departure Monitor feet and hands Inspect bike prior to trip departureMechanical Problems Take spare parts 3 2 (Bike) Maintain bikes as needed Create a structure to deal with this Group Dynamics 2 2 EB Behavior Respect Others Notify member or pre existing allergies Allergies 1 3 Team aware of epipen location Monitor Patient 24
  25. 25. Probability Severity Catastrophic Guaranteed Moderate Unlikely Possible Hazard Prevention control and mitigation Severe Likely Minor Monitor weather conditions 30/30 rule Lightning 1 4 Ask locals of the weather forecast Monitor weather conditions Ask locals of the weather forecast Extreme Weather 2 2 Consolidate gear Create a gear listLost Gear/Stolen Gear 2 2 Lock up gear Do not leave gear un attended Maintain health prior to trip Proper sanitation techniques Illness 2 3 Treatment of water Do not leave food unattended Close all containers Loss of Food 1 1 Buy more food Pepper SprayAnimal Attack (Dog, Bear proofing campsite 1 3 Bear or other) Go on offensive Establish safe following distance Reflective vestsCollision Bike to Bike 2 2 Headlamps/Flashers Obey traffic laws Collision Vehicle to Reflective vests 1 4 Bike Headlamps/Flashers Travel in single file Keep funds in secure area Theft of funds 1 3 Carry Small Amounts Dress appropriately Dress Appropriately Monitor Team Members Hypothermia 2 2 Monitor the weather 25
  26. 26. Probability Severity Catastrophic Guaranteed Moderate Unlikely Possible Hazard Prevention control and mitigation Severe Likely Minor Avoid dusk and dawn Plan accordingly Low Light 3 2 Flashers Reflective Vests Exercise regularly Know how to fall Falling 3 2 Wear helmet Ride at slower speeds Proper Trip Planning Use of maps Getting Lost 2 2 Asking locals Exercise Regularly Stretch Prior to physical activityPulled Muscles 3 2 26
  27. 27. A- The Bangor Hospital 27
  28. 28. A- Ellsworth Hospital 28
  29. 29. B/A- Bar Harbor Hospital 29
  30. 30. A- Blue Hill Hospital 30
  31. 31. Plan B – MaineThe route will be put into effect if Mt. Desert Island (Acadia National Park) is closed due to weather. This route will stilltake the group along the coast of Maine, but will also offer more inland cycling to be away from the weather if it iscoming off of the ocean.Part 1: Day 1-3 Part 2: Day 4-7 31
  32. 32. Day 1:Charlie Smith – Warm Showers408 N Main St, Brewer, Maine 04412, USAToSearsport – Searsport Shores Ocean Camp216 W Main St, Searsport, Maine, USATotal: 50.0 KMRide Time: 3 HoursDay 2Searsport – Searsport Shores Ocean Camp216 W Main St, Searsport, Maine, USAToRockport - Camden Hills Resort30 Applewood Rd, Rockport, Maine, USATotal: 42.0 KMRide Time: 2.5 Hours 32
  33. 33. Day 3Rockport - Camden Hills Resort30 Applewood Rd, Rockport, Maine, USAToYellow Head –Sherwood Forest campsite9 Campground Cir, New Harbor, Maine 04554, USAPemaquid Point Campground9 Pemaquid Rd. New Harbor, Maine 04555, USATotal: 60 KMRide Time: 4 HoursDay 4Yellow Head –Sherwood Forest campsite9 Campground Cir, New Harbor, Maine 04554, USAPemaquid Point Campground9 Pemaquid Rd. New Harbor, Maine 04555, USAToNewcastle - Sherman Lake View CampgroundNewcastle, Maine 04553, USATotal: 50.6 KMRide Time: 3 Hours 33
  34. 34. Day 5Newcastle - Sherman Lake View CampgroundNewcastle, Maine 04553, USAToVassalboro - Green Valley Campground1248 Cross Hill Rd, Vassalboro, Maine 04989, USATotal: 50.7 KMRide Time: 3 HourDay 6Vassalboro - Green Valley Campground1248 Cross Hill Rd, Vassalboro, Maine 04989, USAToFairhaven – Fairhaven CampsiteFairhaven Rd, Brooks, Maine, USATotal: 61 KMRide Time: 3.5 Hours 34
  35. 35. Day 7Fairhaven – Fairhaven CampsiteFairhaven Rd, Brooks, Maine, USAToCharlie Smith – Warm Showers408 N Main St, Brewer, Maine 04412, USATotal: 52 KMRide Time: 3 Hours 35
  36. 36. ReferencesStarra, M. (2011, 03 21). Grand canyon hiking final expedition 2011. Retrieved fromhttp://online.algonquincollege.com/bbcswebdav/pid-755254-dt-content-rid-3623813_1/courses/12W_OAD7401_010/Final+Ex+ERP.pdf 36

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