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Being prepared and knowing what to do can help reduce the impact of emergency situations on your family, your home or your business.

The Council has seven specific duties in preparing for and responding to emergencies:

  1. A duty to assess risk and prepare a Community Risk Register
  2. A duty to maintain Emergency Plans
  3. A duty to maintain Business Continuity Plans, which set out how the Council will maintain services during an emergency incident
  4. A duty to promote business continuity 
  5. A duty to communicate with the public 
  6. A duty to share information
  7.  A duty to co-operate

Tayside Local Resilience Partnership (LRP)

As part of the Tayside LRP Perth and Kinross Council works closely with neighbouring councils, the emergency services, the NHS, Scottish Environment Protection Agency and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency to prepare plans and develop emergency response procedures. We also work closely with the Scottish Government, utilities including gas companies, telecommunications electrical, transport organisations, harbour and port authorities, Health and Safety Executive, voluntary sector such as the British Red Cross, WRVS, St Andrew's First Aid, and other similar groups willing to assist during an emergency situation or disruption within the community.

Last modified on 19 April 2024

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