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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Highways England Emergency Planning Officer Jamie Tomlin said:
Highways Englands emergency planning officer, Jamie Tomlin, said:
Ian Good, county emergency planning officer, said lists of vulnerable residents were now digitised to "help with evacuation" and lines of communication had been set up to give people warnings of flooding.
Gareth Price, South West emergency planning officer for Highways England, said: "The network around the M4/M5 Almondsbury Interchange and the Severn Crossings is likely to see increased levels of traffic and we would advise drivers to plan ahead, check for local radio updates and leave plenty of time for their journeys."
Gareth Price, south-west emergency planning officer for Highways England, said: "We'd like to remind road users to plan ahead."
Frank Bird, Highways England's emergency planning officer and responsible for managing traffic flow at the junction, was given the job of official taster.
In 1966 he took a job with Rochdale council as a civil defence officer, and was later appointed emergency planning officer for the former Greater Manchester council, where he drew up contingency plans for possible disasters such as an explosion at the chemical works at Runcorn, a plane crash in the city centre and - this being the height of the Cold War - a nuclear bomb attack on Manchester.
Callander Resilience Group co-ordinator, Andy Tatnell said:"There was a fantastic response from Stirling Council and their emergency planning officer as well as from Trossachs Search and Rescue, whose volunteers were in the town all day providing a visible reassurance.
Emergency planning officer at Highways England, Chris Chadwick, urged people to "plan their journeys and pack a snow kit of blankets, food, water and a shovel if they really need to travel".
Chris Chadwick, emergency planning officer at Highways England, said: "Gritters are out treating our routes around the clock but it is still important to drive to the conditions when snow is forecast.
Chris Chadwick, emergency planning officer at Highways England, urged people to "plan their journeys and pack a snow kit of blankets, food, water and a shovel if they really need to travel".
Andrew Charnick, emergency planning officer for Highways England, said: "We're expecting the roads around Newcastle to be particularly busy this weekend so we're advising drivers to plan their journeys in advance and allow extra time.
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