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Emergency Planning is so we a ready if there is a big disaster with lots of people injured.
This page explains more about the plans that we have to make.
Under the Civil Contingencies Act (2004), ‘category one’ responders, including:
- NHS Acute Trusts
- NHS Ambulance NHS Trusts
- NHS Public Health England
must show that they are working with other responders to:
- Assess risks
- Develop and maintain plans
- Share information and co-operate on civil contingency response
and that they can manage incidents events while maintaining services to patients.
NHS England Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response (EPRR) guidance sets out how NHS England service providers must prepare for and respond to incidents which threaten the delivery of key services.
What we do
The Emergency Preparedness Department is responsible for ensuring the Trust has robust plans in place.
These plans will enable it to continue to provide its key services during times of disruption and / or surge in demand for services.
The Trust has statutory and non-statutory obligations it must comply with in this area, namely:
- Civil Contingencies Act 2004
- Health and Social Care Act 2012
- NHS Standard Contract 2015/16
- NHS England Emergency Preparedness Framework 2013
- ISO 22301 Societal Security - Business Continuity Management Systems – Requirements
- ISO 22313 Societal Security - Business Continuity Management Systems – Guidance
- PAS 2015 - Framework for Health Services Resilience
- Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen Hosptials Trust EPRR - SharePoint page
- Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen Hospitals Trust Business Continuity page
- The JESIP Wider Responders Package
- Stay Safe Campaign - Stay Safe: Firearms and Weapons Attack
For further information regarding our services, please contact:
Head of Emergency Preparedness: Craig Jones
Telephone: 0151 706 5445