Glos Prepared

We co-ordinate effective and efficient integrated emergency management arrangements within the County of Gloucestershire.

Be Prepared

Just like everywhere in the world Gloucestershire faces many risks. These could be local risks such as business storing chemicals (legally and illegally), wide area such as flooding or National such as Pandemic Flu or Severe Space Weather.

Keep informed of the risks

As part of the risk assessment process, we considers the likelihood and impact of a range of hazards occurring.

Gloucestershire Prepared – Building Resilience Together

Gloucestershire LRF is a multi-agency partnerships made up of representatives from the emergency services, local authorities, the NHS, the Environment Agency and others.

We co-ordinate effective and efficient integrated emergency management arrangements within the County of Gloucestershire.

Gloucestershire Community Risk Register

The Community Risk Register is the first step in planning for emergencies. It provides information on the emergencies that could occur in Gloucestershire together with an assessment of how likely they are to happen and the potential impacts if they do.

Read the National Risk Register >>

Preparing Your Family

Emergencies can happen in an instant with no notice. By taking a few simple steps now you could save yourself time if an emergency occurs.

Preparing Your Business

Even small incidents can impact your normal daily operations.  As a business owner or manager, can you afford not to prepare for disruption?

Preparing Your Community

Community resilience is about communities and individuals harnessing local resources and expertise to help themselves in an emergency.

Be Prepared

If you are not involved in the incident, but are close by or believe you may be in danger, in most cases the advice is:

go inside a safe building;
stay inside until you are advised to do otherwise; and
tune in to local radio or TV for more information.

If you find yourself in the middle of an emergency, it is important to:

• make sure 999 has been called if people are injured or if there is a threat to life;
• not put yourself or others in danger;
• follow the advice of the emergency services;
• try to remain calm and think before acting, and try to reassure others; and
• check for injuries – remember to help yourself before attempting to help others.