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What next?

Here are the next steps when thinking about creating your Community Resilience Plan:

  1. Have a look at our interactive map and see if there is a Community Resilience Plan in your area.  If there is make contact and find out how you can get involved. If there isn't follow the steps below...
  2. Decide who (and where) your Plan is for
  3. Set up a Community Resilience Group and appoint a co-ordinator
  4. Complete a risk assessment
  5. Think about the local skills and resources available
  6. Consider how you will share information in an emergency. What about producing a telephone calling tree? Or a contact sheet?
  7. Complete the Community Resilience Plan template
  8. Think about who needs copies of your Plan?  Make sure that your local District, Borough, City or Unitary Council has a copy
  9. Review your plan and update it regular

 

 

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