Emergency Response and Recovery
Your safety is our top priority here at Cheshire Resilience and we are constantly working towards ways of improving our operations.
This Cheshire LRF Emergency Response
Guidance is available below.
Aim of the Document
The aim of this document is to set out the
response to an emergency requiring multi agency co-ordination.
Describe the agreed procedures and arrangements for effective
co-ordination thereby enhancing the collective response.
The procedures adopted by each of the responding agencies to an emergency are understandably specific to the role of the agency concerned.
This document also describes the agreed procedures and arrangements for effective coordination. In this way the collective response will be enhanced
To provide an overview of the response to
Major Emergencies within the Cheshire
LRF (CLRF) area.
To promote and enhance existing integrated emergency management
To describe the agreed procedures and arrangements for co-ordinating the
To provide a briefing and training aid
To signpost the key plans and procedures produced through the work of the
CLRF that may be activated in the event of a Major Emergency
To provide summaries of the roles and responsibilities of each of the responding
agencies to a Major Emergency
This manual provides a multi agency generic
overview to emergencies and should
be treated as a guide. It offers a framework to allow those involved in responding to
an emergency to work together as efficiently and effectively as possible.
This manual is not intended to provide detail on topic specific or agency specific plans.
Appendix B provides a list of additional plans available.
This document has been prepared primarily for the information and
guidance of the
responding agencies, but will provide guidance for any other stakeholders who may
have a role in the response to an emergency.