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SCOTTISH GUIDANCE ON RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES

October 2017

Annexes

Annexes

ANNEX A

RESILIENCE PARTNERSHIP RESPONSE AGENDA / RESILIENCE PARTNERSHIP SITUATION REPORT (RPSR) WHEN COMPLETE

(Completed by administrative support officer in attendance at Resilience Partnership meeting)

AREA

TIME

DATE

RPSR No.

INCIDENT OVERVIEW (Running brief of local Key Points)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Introduction

All

1 min

2

Attendance

 

1 min

3

Matters for immediate attention

All

2 min

4

Forward look (as applicable)

 

2 min

5

Impact and Consequences

Area specific -

People Property Environment

Service delivery disruption

Public reaction

Category 1 members

10 min

 

Concerns and Issues

 

 

6

Impact and Consequences

Infrastructure specific -

Emergency Services

  • Police Scotland
  • Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
  • Scottish Ambulance Service
  • MCA

Government

  • Local Authorities

Health Transport

Power

Water

Telecommunications

Finance

Food

Police

Fire and Rescue

SAS MCA NHST

Local Authorities

SEPA

Other as necessary

8 min

7

Public Communications

Chair

3 min

8

Actions and Priorities

  • Protect and preserve life
  • Mitigate and minimise impact of incident
  • Maintain life support infrastructure and essential services
  • Promote restoration and improvement in aftermath

Chair

2 min

11

AOB

Chair

1 min

12

T/DONM (Situation Report completed and circulated within

30 mins)

 

(30 mins)

ANNEX B

SCOTTISH SITUATION REPORT

Incident/ Event Overview

 

 

 

 

SSR Number
Time
Date

 

Ongoing response/coordination arrangements and partners involved

 

Matters for immediate attention

 

Forward look (Including changing conditions, weather, related issues)

 

Impact and consequences – area specific (including people, property, environment, service delivery, related issues)

 

Impact and consequences – infrastructure specific (Transport, Power, Health, Telecoms, Water, Emergency Services, Government, Finance, Food)

 

Media and Communications

 

Priorities

 

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