Any incident whether it is large or small, accidental or deliberate, can cause major disruption to your business. However, by planning in advance you will be able to resume your day to day business sooner.
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Paul Williams, the LRF Manger, has been presented with a President’s Medal from the Faculty of Public Health in recognition of his excellent work during the Salisbury Novichok attack in 2018.
2020 Christmas letter from the LRF
By downloading the ACT App, organisations havev access to the latest CT Policing information & guidance
The Wiltshire and Swindon Local Resilience Forum has reaffirmed its commitment to work together to keep people safe as the country prepares to leave the national COVID lockdown
With much colder weather on the horizon, Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service is reminding people about the best ways to stay safe and warm this winter.
Local emergency services are highlighting the dangers of exploring underground
without proper equipment or clothing.
Advise on looking after yourself when working outdoors in the sun and extreme heat.
The Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) website provides a whole raft of helpful advice and guidance including Staying Secure During COVID-19 and Returning to Work.
It’s important to make sure you stay safe in the sun: apply sunscreen regularly, stay hydrated, and protect your head from the sun.
A short film capturing the actions that people should take in the event of a firearms or weapons attack.
This document is based on the NaCTSO (National Counter Terrorism Security Office) Guidance Note 1/205 - Developing Dynamic Lockdown Procedures.
Useful resources for business cyber security
Partners of the Local Resilience Forum (LRF) and Wiltshire Police won a prestigious World Class Policing Award in November 2019 in recognition of an ‘outstanding’ response to the 2018 Novichok attacks in Salisbury and Amesbury.
Advice on keeping your home warm, efficient and safe during cold weather.
Norovirus is an extremely fast acting bug. There is no vaccine or immediate treatment for the virus. Prevention is the best form of defence and the best way to stay bug-free is with thorough personal and environmental hygiene.
Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN), Thames Water and Wessex Water have teamed up to provide extra support for vulnerable customers during power cuts or water supply interruptions. In order to benefit from this additional support it is important that you sign up to the Priority Services Register. You only have to sign up once - if you register with one of the companies they will share your information in confidence with the other supplier.
Hopefully the majority of people will never find themselves involved in an emergency or major incident. However, it Is sensible to prepare for the worst and be in a position to help you and your family if such an event happens. Some sensible precautions are advisable which will help keep everyone safe, prior to emergency assistance arriving.
Disruptions to gas, electricity and water supplies are often linked to severe weather and although rare, they do have a big impact when they happen
Infectious Diseases can cause misery for many and spread rapidly if uncontrolled. This can disrupt the lives of the general public, however sensible precautions can easily prevent this situation escalating.