Emergencies can affect basic services and result in a loss of power, gas, water and telephones. Floods, fires and explosions could also threaten or damage your property.
If you are bothered by off-road motorcycles, quad bikes or go-peds, report them online here.
The physical devastation that accompanies a flood is enormous. It is important to remember we must at all times be prepared to respond to the risk of flooding.
Keeping warm is a vital part of keeping well in the winter particularly for older people, the young and those with chronic illness.
Severe weather always has the potential to significantly disrupt our daily lives. Snow, floods, gales, dense fog and widespread ice all bring their own unique problems.
The threat from terrorism in the UK remains real and serious, yet it is important to understand that all reasonable measures are being taken to counter this, and to ensure the protection of the public.
If you operate a sports ground in England, Scotland or Wales that holds more than 10,000 spectators (5,000 in the case of Premier or Football league grounds), you may be required to hold a safety certificate.
Risk assessment is the first step in the emergency planning process and aims to identify those risks which could result in a major emergency in Warwickshire.
We are is actively engaged in liaison with the health sector, with the aim of protecting people’s health and reducing the impact of infectious diseases, chemical, poisons, radiation hazards, and other health related threats.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 applies to nearly all non-domestic premises. The main effect of the Order is to ensure a move towards greater emphasis on fire prevention in all non-domestic premises, including the voluntary sector and self-employed people with premises separate from their homes.
The aim is to provide rapid medical assistance to people with life threatening conditions situated in rural areas, where a normal ambulance may take some time to reach.