CIEH is pleased to launch our Emergency Planning Conference which will discuss strategies for protecting the public in the event of a disaster. This topical conference will examine Public Health England’s new Single Adverse weather plan, set to be published by 2020.
You will look at the key finding from the Kerslake review on the Manchester Arena Bombing and hear Southwark council’s Communications Response to the London Bridge Attack.
Discuss how Environmental health practitioners in local government can make sure they are prepared to play their part in the resilience agenda and hear about the decontamination procedures after the nerve agent poisoning in Salisbury. Analyse the work LGA has done in developing there 2018 councillor's guide to civil emergencies to ensure councils are prepared for civil emergencies. Examine best practice case studies, on how local authorities dealt with severe weather including the Beast from the East and extreme flooding.
- Hear lessons learnt from the Salisbury attack (new session added)
- Understand how to manage large crowds during events
- Assess the national contingency plans set to protect the population from severe weather harm
- Hear extraordinary case studies on overlooked and hidden public safety concerns
- Discuss how communities work in partnership to recovery from floods
Who should attend
- Emergency Planning Officers
- Environmental Health Managers
- Event Managers
- Public Protection Directors
- Resilience Officers
- Local Authorities
CPD: 5 Hours