Find out how can you help your business to be one of the survivors against emergencies.
Preparing a Business Continuity Plan
Many of the businesses that survived the Manchester bomb had Business Continuity Management plans in place - however, it has been assessed that businesses affected by a disaster that do not have a plan in place only have a 50% chance of surviving the following 12 months.
Project Griffin and Project Argus
The UK is currently facing the most serious and sustained threat from International Terrorism ever known. The threat is real, ever present and enduring. The events of 2005 and subsequent operations have shown that it is vital that all agencies enhance their capability and capacity to deal with this threat.
At the same time domestic extremism - which incorporates animal rights, political extremism and other extremist activity - also poses significant dangers to the social and economic well being of the country.
The Police Service has a key role in the effort to counter terrorism, but cannot combat it alone: effective working with the full spectrum of partners, stakeholders and the community will be critical to our success in protecting the UK.
Project Griffin and Project Argus are your opportunities to become involved in an exciting development in community safety in Nottingham city centre.
Nottingham City Centre Emergency Plan
A major disaster or emergency can come in many forms and may affect Nottingham city centre at any time. It is essential that we all plan ahead and minimise the risks to the people and businesses that make up the heart of the city.
The risks we all face
In order to be prepared people need to be aware of the risks that they face. There are National and Local Community Risk Registers produced and published which tell people about the types of risks that we all face and how these might affect us.
Preparing your Business for Flooding
The Environment Agency has produced a booklet and materials on how you can make your business more resilient against flooding. This includes a guide to producing a business flood plan and sample templates.
For further information visit the Environment Agency at www.environment-agency.gov.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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