Resources from the year 2006

A Guide to GIS Applications in Integrated Emergency Management

This guide is intended to establish authoritative guidance on the application of
GIS in civil protection

Sat, 25/11/2006

Evacuation and Shelter Guidance

Non-statutory Guidance on Evacuation and Shelter.

Wed, 11/10/2006

Threat Levels: The System to Assess the Threat from International Terrorism

This document aims to explain what the UK Threat levels are and how they are used.

Wed, 26/07/2006

Contingency planning for a possible influenza pandemic

This Guidance provides information and advice for Category 1 and 2
responders under the Act, and planners more broadly, engaged in contingency
planning against the risk of an influenza pandemic.

Mon, 10/07/2006

Parliamentary Counsel resource archive

Archived speeches, broadcasts, presentations from the Office of the Parliamentary Counsel.

Sun, 01/01/2006

Strategic National Guidance - the decontamination of people exposed to CBRN substances or material

The purpose of this document is to provide strategic guidance on the decontamination of people upon which all responding agencies can base plans and Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) for on-site management of CBRN incidents

Sun, 01/01/2006

Guidance on Dealing with Fatalities in Emergencies

Guidance on Dealing with Fatalities in Emergencies: A guide those with key roles to play in responding to and planning for mass fatality incidents

Sun, 01/01/2006

The Role of Non-Governmental Organisations’ Volunteers in Civil Protection in European Member States and European Economic Area Countries

The Role of Non-Governmental Organisations’ Volunteers in Civil Protection in European Member States and European Economic Area Countries

Sun, 01/01/2006

Expecting the Unexpected: Business Continuity in an Uncertain World

Guidance from London Frist on Business Continuity.

Sun, 01/01/2006

Recovery: An Emergency Management Guide

Recovery: An Emergency Management Guide - This booklet addresses the main challenges confronting a local
authority and identifies five key aspects of recovery.

Sun, 01/01/2006

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