Civil Resilience

Venue: Cavendish Conference Centre

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 15, 2004 End Date/Time: Sep 15, 2004
Registration Date: Sep 15, 2004
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The draft Civil Contingencies Bill is due to become law by spring next year. As law, it will impose a statutory duty on the part of public bodies to develop contingency plans for dealing with a range of emergencies in a coordinated manner. If you are unprepared to meet your new responsibilities, you risk the threat of legal action being taken against you.

Local Government Chronicle is pleased to announce this unmissable one-day conference – a practical forum that will enable you to translate your new responsibilities into action. Key figures in emergency planning from across the UK will come together to advise you on your preparations.

Attending this vital conference will enable you to learn from best practice, debate the Bill and network with leading specialists from across the country. Book your place today to walk away confident of how to:

· Develop contingency plans for dealing with a range of emergencies
· Get commitment from all category responders
· Provide co-ordinated assistance for your public
· Manage the changes to be introduced by the Bill and ensure effective delivery and response
· Determine the best methods and means of communicating with your public in an emergency situation
· Devise the best ways of training for and responding to major incidents.