Emergency Planning Officer

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Emergency Planning Officer

A named person who is responsible for ensuring that his/her organisation is in compliance with the Civil Contingencies Act 2004, by sharing information with other responders. Compliance with The Act is regularly tested through reviews or exercises (“drills”).
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National civil protection officer Franco Gabrielli said: "There could have been X persons we don't know about who were clandestine passengers aboard the ship.
O A civil protection officer told Reuters that so far there were no reports of injuries or damage.
Civil Protection Officer Giorgio Falasconi, 27, told him: "Because you have flown here from Scotland, they said yes, but the climate here is very tense.
The male was attended to immediately by Civil Protection officers present in the vicinity of the Wanda Metropolitano.
Civil Protection officers intervened to evacuate water.
By mid-day on Saturday, an estimated 40,000 people converged on the city of Queretaro in central Mexico, during a peaceful 3 to 4 kilometer march through the city, one of the largest gatherings in the country, Civil Protection officers said.
consideration that they have received very little training until now, since the majority of the staff was part of the recent integration process of former civil protection officers, as well as to build on the on-going activities aiming to improve the services offered to inmates.
According to Belgian media reports, fire brigade and civil protection officers arrived at the scene to examine the substance and make sure it's not anthrax.
At the same time, Civil Protection officers explained that the existence of a crack would have to be proved.
Civil Protection officers recover pieces of furniture from the grounded cruise ship Costa Concordia
A government statement said the decision to call an official emergency would enable civil protection officers 'to take immediate action needed to control this phenomenon and assist citizens who have fled from North Africa'.
Soon two helicopters, a 50-member team including four police forces, civil protection officers and wildlife experts launched an official search for the lion.