The Strategic Emergency Plan is a comprehensive overview of London's co-ordinated response to a catastrophic incident.
It comprises synopses of the key plans on which London's resilience is based - for example the Command and Control Protocol, the Communication Protocol, the Mass Fatalities plan, the large-scale evacuation framework and the Site Clearance plan.
The full plans, which have been agreed by the London Regional Resilience Forum, are held by the departments, agencies and organisations involved in delivering them, but have not been made public because the nature of some of the detail is operationally sensitive.
The Strategic Emergency Plan is a blueprint for effective handling of any disruptive incident in the Capital. It is an example of collaborative working across all those in the London Resilience Partnership, including the substantive work of LESLP, who are committed to making London a safer, more resilient place.
See also direct.gov.uk's emergency page.
Anders Jacobsen |
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