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The Civil Contingencies Act 2004 (Contingency Planning) Regulations 2005

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 Introductory

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Northern Ireland

    3. 3.Interpretation

  3. PART 2 General

    1. 4.Co-operation and local resilience forums – England and Wales

    2. 5.Co-operation and strategic co-ordination groups – Scotland

    3. 6.Co-operation – Northern Ireland

    4. 7.Protocols

    5. 8.Joint discharge of functions etc.

    6. 9.Identification of Category 1 responder with lead responsibility

    7. 10.Role of Category 1 responder with lead responsibility

    8. 11.Role of Category 1 responders which do not have lead responsibility

    9. 12.Existing emergency planning duties

  4. PART 3 Duty to assess risk of emergency occurring

    1. 13.Kinds of emergency in relation to which risk should be assessed

    2. 14.Guidance and assessments issued by Minister etc. as to likelihood and impact

    3. 15.Community risk register – England and Wales

    4. 16.Sharing of community risk register – England and Wales

    5. 17.Community risk register – Scotland

    6. 18.Provision of information relating to assessment of risk to other responders

  5. PART 4 Duty to maintain plans

    1. 19.Risk assessment

    2. 20.Arrangements to warn, inform and advise the public

    3. 21.Generic and specific plans

    4. 22.Multi-agency emergency plans

    5. 23.Voluntary organisations

    6. 24.Procedure for determining whether an emergency has occurred

    7. 25.Training and exercises

    8. 26.Plan revision

  6. PART 5 Publication of plans and assessments

    1. 27.Alarming the public unnecessarily

  7. PART 6 Arrangements for warning and provision of information and advice to the public

    1. 28.Duty to have regard to emergency plans

    2. 29.Generic and specific arrangements to warn etc.

    3. 30.Alarming the public unnecessarily

    4. 31.Training and exercises

    5. 32.Identification of Category 1 responder with lead responsibility for warning, informing and advising

    6. 33.Arrangements to be maintained by general Category 1 responder with lead responsibility

    7. 34.Arrangements to be maintained by other general Category 1 responders

    8. 35.Advice etc. provided by other responders and other bodies

  8. PART 7 Advice and assistance to business and voluntary organisations

    1. 36.Interpretation of Part 7

    2. 37.Transitional provision

    3. 38.Risk assessment

    4. 39.Extent of the duty under section 4(1) in relation to business

    5. 40.Extent of the duty under section 4(1) in relation to voluntary organisations

    6. 41.Co-operation, relevant responder with lead responsibility etc.

    7. 42.Co-operation with Scottish Category 1 responders

    8. 43.Activities of other responders

    9. 44.Charging

  9. PART 8 Information

    1. 45.Sensitive information

    2. 46.Sensitive information – certificates in relation to national security

    3. 47.Information sharing – making a request for information

    4. 48.Information sharing – procedure for making a request

    5. 49.Information sharing – obligation to provide information

    6. 50.Information sharing – response to request

    7. 51.Disclosure or publication of sensitive information

    8. 52.Use of sensitive information

    9. 53.Security of sensitive information

    10. 54.Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974

  10. PART 9 London

    1. 55.Role of London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority

    2. 56.Role of other Category 1 responders in London

  11. PART 10 Northern Ireland

    1. 57.Duty to have regard to the activities of other bodies involved in civil protection

    2. 58.Joint discharge of functions etc.

  12. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      Local resilience areas in London

  13. Explanatory Note

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