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Emergency planning should aim where possible to prevent emergencies occurring, and when they do occur, good planning should reduce, control or mitigate the effects of the emergency. It is a systematic and ongoing process which should evolve as lessons are learnt and circumstances change.
We work together to make sure that we are prepared, that means that we are able to provide an effective response to emergency incidents which may affect you and to do this we will have:
Details of these risks can be found in what is referred to as a Community Risk Register (CRR).
When we respond to an emergency we have common objectives and they are to:
investigate the matter to establish how it happened and, if necessary, take action against anyone found to be responsible for causing the emergency to happen