This consultation is the last in the programme and concerns chapters 1, 13 and 16. It closes at midnight on Friday 23 December 2011.
Get information about how to manage the impact of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
This Guide will support infrastructure owners and operators, emergency responders, industry groups, regulators, and government departments, to work together to improve the resilience of critical infrastructure and essential services.
This helpsheet will support individuals who may wish to recognise a community member who has engaged with resilience and recovery.
The Telecommunications industry play a crucial role in helping to ensuring a secure and resilient United Kingdom. There is a strong industry lead in this area with the Electronic Communications Resilience and Response Group (EC-RRG) [DN: Please link to the page created today entitled: The Electronic Communications – Resilience and Response Group (EC-RRG)] providing a forum for the telecommunications industry to discuss resilience issues. They also maintain the National Emergency Plan for the Telecommunications Sector and are responsible for the National Emergency Alert for Telecommunications (NEAT).
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.
Emergencies affect individuals, families and communities in a wide range of ways. This part of the site is focused on all aspects of humanitarian assistance, including the care and treatment of people involved in or affected by emergencies.
Public consultation on a package of draft documents about community resilience. The consultation documents included draft guidance for individuals and communities on how to prepare for emergencies and a draft strategic national framework for community resilience, which set out the Government’s contribution to build and enhance community resilience across the UK.
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.
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