The Community Risk Register (CRR) is the document that the RRPs use to communicate with the general public about risks identified in the RRP RPA that have the highest likelihood and potential to have significant impact and cause disruption to communities.
The purpose of a CRR is to:
- Inform the public about the greatest risks and their consequences
- Educate the public on what the Resilience Partnership is doing
- Provide the public with links to organisations and websites to find out more
- Encourage the public to take steps to become better prepared and more resilient in their homes, businesses and community
- Act as the Resilience Partnership’s core public warning and informing document
CRRs are a statutory requirement of the RRPs and should be reviewed and updated regularly as the final stage of the RRP RPA.
The CRRs for Resilience Partnerships across Scotland can be found on the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service website at: Your Safety | SFRS (firescotland.gov.uk)