Critical Sector plans for an Influenza Pandemic
This guidance (dated 22 October 2009) relates to the recent A(H1N1) Swine Flu pandemic and was been updated as our collective understanding of the virus and its impact continues to improve.
To assist local planners in their planning and preparations for an influenza pandemic central government has developed a tool to facilitate the application of National Planning assumptions to the local setting.
The Critical Infrastructure Resilience Programme has published for consultation the Guide – Keeping the Country Running: Natural Hazards and Infrastructure.
Category 2 Responders: Overview of sectors and emergency planning arrangements
A simple toolkit - to help you plan communication strategies, develop your understanding of risk, improve your knowledge of its likely effects, and give you the confidence to deal with a crisis when things go wrong
This booklet looks in detail at how you can protect your staff and the information and assets vital to your business including how good security can give value for money.
Introductory material on pandemic influenza for Businesses and other Organisations to help you communicate with your staff
The National Risk Register is designed to increase awareness of the kinds of risks the UK faces, and encourage individuals and organisations to think about their own preparedness. The register also includes details of what the Government and emergency services are doing to prepare for emergencies.
This document aims to clarify what is expected of Category 1 and 2 responders in England and Wales in relation to: