Publication of revised Chapters 2 (Co-operation) and 3 (Information Sharing) of Emergency Preparedness, as well as drafting a new Chapter 19 The Fit with Other Legislation.
The Government has today published its National Security Strategy A Strong Britain in an Age of Uncertainty which outlines our reappraisal of Britain’s role in the world, the risks to our security and their implication for the UK.
The Central Government’s Concept of Operations sets out the UK arrangements for responding to and recovering from emergencies, irrespective of cause or location and requiring co-ordinated central government action.
The Civil Contingencies Secretariat have developed a package of documents about community resilience.
In response to the recommendations in the Pitt Review of the summer 2007 floods
In 2008 Government published, for the first time, a National Risk Register, fulfilling a commitment made in the National Security Strategy.
On 18th January 2010, the Cabinet Office hosted an Information Day on EU Funding Programmes.
The objective of this guidance is to provide a common understanding of options available to emergency planners for the coordination, prioritisation and acquisition of emergency supplies.
In 2008 the Civil Contingencies Secretariat commissioned Leeds University to produce a series of research reports collectively titled ‘Understanding Crowd Behaviour’.