The Service is required under the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 to have robust business continuity arrangements in place, this will ensure that we:
- minimise the impact of disruption and continue to provide critical services to our communities
- improve our infrastructure to reduce the likelihood of disruption
- utilise our staff and other resources effectively
- minimise waste and damage to Service assets
- return the Service to its normal pre-incident state as soon as possible
- comply with our duties under the Civil Contingencies Act 2004
This page provides users with access to the Service’s business continuity arrangements for the Service, including the plans in place to protect the Service during an disruptive events, for example, loss of staff through a pandemic or severe weather, a fuel strike or loss of utilities.
Click here to view the business continuity policy.
Click here to view the business continuity procedure.