Preparing for Pandemic Influenza - Guidance to Local Planners (including checklist for Local Resilience Forum plans)
The primary aim of this document is to provide local and regional planners with additional guidance and information to support the development of local and regional level multi-agency plans.
This publication addresses those UK Ops that rely on close civil/military cooperation. UK Ops activity includes: Military Aid to the Civil Authorities.
This document sets out a framework for co-operation between the insurance industry, police services, fire and rescue services, local authorities, the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) in the event of an emergency.
Documents pertaining to the monitoring data required by the Race Relations Act 2000 as supplied by the Cabinet Office.
HSE Guidance on National Security considerations when dealing with requests for information held under Major Hazard and Environmental Pollution Prevention Regulations
This note provides guidance to local responders on the establishment of a Science and Technical Advice Cell (STAC) within the multi-agency Strategic Co-ordination Centre (SCC) in the event of an emergency where there is likely to be a requirement for co-ordinated scientific or technical advice, and invites local responders to consider collectively the implementation of these arrangements in each LRF area
Reports providing brief commentary on the Cabinet Office sick absence results
The aim of this planning guidance document is to provide a framework for a multi-agency response in the event of severe service disruptions resulting from major water and wastewater incidents.
The purpose of this guidance is to articulate the principles of integrated safety management, as a reference for those with responsibility for public safety in complex and built environments.
This guidance is designed to inform Category 1 and 2 responders and other responders on the key issues relating to data protection and sharing in emergency planning, response and recovery.