The announcement and documentation on the phase 2 consultation on the revised chapters of Emergency Preparedness
The Association of British Insurers have produced a short document describing and illustrating the key role undertaken by the insurance industry after a major event like a flood. The briefing is designed for all stakeholders in the recovery field
The Role of Local Resilience Forums: A reference document is intended to be a single reference document that will support LRFs in providing a check list of issues and outcomes that will enable self assessment, peer review and improvement.
A series of online resources to enable individuals, communities and the organisations that support them to take part in emergency preparedness activities, in a way that complements the work of emergency responders.
Civil Contingencies Secretariat in the Cabinet Office, working with MOD and Ordnance Survey has created a set of common map symbols, linked to the common terminology of the Civil Protection Lexicon.
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.
At Phase 1 of the Civil Contingencies Act Enhancement Programme, we 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