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North Worcestershire Emergency Planning


North Worcestershire Emergency Planning is a shared service between Bromsgrove District Council, Redditch Borough Council and Wyre Forest District Council.

In accordance with the Civil Contingencies Act 2004, we are required to provide local arrangements for civil protection for emergencies. We have an Emergency Plan in place to ensure that services can be delivered during any major incident which may pose a threat to the welfare of the community. Our role is to support the emergency services in the case of a major incident. During an emergency, delegated officers are on call 24 hours and are responsible for coordinating our response.

Find out what our responsibilities are and how we plan for them.

Find out what we do during and after an emergency situation, and how you can stay informed.

Tools and advice for keeping your business running in the event of an emergency.

Information on severe weather in the area.

More information on land drainage, how to prevent flooding and what to do in the event of flooding.

Public information and guidance on firearms and weapons attacks.

There are important actions you should take to protect you and your family in the event of a radiation emergency. Go in, Stay in, Tune in.

How would you prepare for an emergency?

In a newly launched website, the government is encouraging people to think about what they would do if they and those
around them were exposed to risks ranging from floods to fires to power cuts.

The website provides simple and effective steps people can take to be more prepared. Taking action in advance will make it easier to manage an emergency if it does happen.

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