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What is Emergency Planning?

Accidents, whether human or natural, occur from time to time. They can occur on a small or large scale.  They may be caused by or include severe weather, widespread infectious diseases of humans or animals, a transport disaster, a pollution incident, coastal flooding, disruption to essential services or a terrorist attack.

The aim of the Emergency Planning Unit is to assess the threats and risks to Pembrokeshire and plan for response and recovery, should an incident occur. The ultimate objective is to minimise the impact of disaster on the day-to-day lives of the community, particularly for the most vulnerable and the environment, and to assist the return to normality.

To prepare for emergencies the emergency Planning unit will:

In response to emergencies Pembrokeshire County Council will:

Who's who & how to contact us

Richard Brown
Head of Environment and Civil Contingencies

Steve Jones
Senior Emergency Planning Officer

Pauline Louchart
Emergency Planning Officer

Dan John
Project Officer

Emergency Planning Unit
Pembrokeshire County Council
Unit 23 Thornton Business Park
Milford Haven
Pembrokeshire
SA73 2RR

Emergency.planning.unit@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

Tel 01437 775661







ID: 21179   Revised: 22/1/2014

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