Phase 2 Consultation on revised chapters of Emergency Preparedness

This consultation closes at midnight on Tuesday 27 September 2011.

As part of the Civil Contingencies Act Enhancement Programme (CCAEP), we have undertaken a number of projects aimed at supporting responders to fulfil their duties under the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 (CCA). At Phase 1 of the Programme, we revised Chapters 2 (Co-operation) and 3 (Information Sharing) of Emergency Preparedness (EP), the statutory guidance that accompanies the CCA, as well as drafting a new chapter on The Fit with Other Legislation. The initial stage of Phase 2 saw revisions being made to seven EP chapters, and earlier this year, we asked for your views on these changes. Following on from that consultation, the final versions of Chapter 5 (Emergency Planning), Chapter 10 (Scotland), Chapter 11 (Wales), Chapter 12 (Northern Ireland), Chapter 14 (The Role of the Voluntary Sector), Chapter 15 (Sectors that should be involved in Emergency Planning), and the Bibliography will be published shortly. We will also publish reports on the consultations and the Government response to the comments made. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who contributed. 

Continuing the Phase 2 Programme, we are now consulting on revisions to a further set of chapters, as well as changes to the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 (Contingency Planning) (Amendment) Regulations 2011. Details of the proposed changes to each chapter are set out in Annex A.

In a change to previous consultations, respondents are asked to submit their responses to the questions, as well as their comments, via our dedicated on-line survey. The link to the website is https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/EPConsultationJuly2011
  
If preferred, paper based comments will be accepted and a template can be requested from ccact@cabinet-office.x.gsi.gov.uk

 

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Consultation Invitation Letter in PDF Format
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Annex A - Details of the proposed changes including the Impact Assessment in PDF Format
File type: PDF - Portable Document format | File size: 326.32 kB
Chapter 2 (Co-operation) in PDF Format
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hapter 4 (Local Responder Risk Assessment Duty) in PDF Format
File type: PDF - Portable Document format | File size: 541.89 kB
Chapter 6 (Business Continuity Management) in PDF Format
File type: PDF - Portable Document format | File size: 443.80 kB
Chapter 7 (Communicating with the Public) in PDF Format
File type: PDF - Portable Document format | File size: 481.11 kB
Chapter 8 (Business Continuity Advice and Assistance to Business and the Voluntary Sector) in PDF Format
File type: PDF - Portable Document format | File size: 489.73 kB
Chapter 9 (London) in PDF Format
File type: PDF - Portable Document format | File size: 198.67 kB
Glossary in PDF Format
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Changes to the draft regulations–Civil Contingencies Act 2004 (Contingency Planning) (Amendment) Regulations 2011 in PDF Format
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Annex 7 A: Communicating with the public: News Co-ordination Centre: Revision to Emergency Preparedness in PDF Format
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Annex 7 B: Lead responsibility for warning and informing the public: Revision to Emergency Preparedness in PDF Format
File type: PDF - Portable Document format | File size: 121.54 kB
Annex 7 C: Checklist of suggested protocols: Revision to Emergency Preparedness in PDF Format
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Annex 7 D: Duty to Communicate with the Public – The Ten Step Cycle: Revision to Emergency Preparedness in PDF Format
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Publication date: 4/7/2011

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