Cheshire Resilience Forum

The Cheshire Resilience Forum (CRF) was created as a response to The Civil Contingencies Act 2004, but was built on the very firm foundations of an emergency planning structure that had served Cheshire, Halton and Warrington well since the 1970s.

The CRF is a multi-agency partnership made up of representatives from local public services, including the blue-light emergency services, local authorities, the NHS, the Environment Agency, Public Health England and other partners.

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Community Risk Register

The new Community Risk Register (CRR) for Cheshire, Halton and Warrington has just been published which highlights potential hazards in the county and how local services would respond in the event of an emergency.

The register has been published by the Cheshire Resilience Forum in line with the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 (CCA).

The register is intended to reassure local residents of the measures and plans which have been put in place to respond to the potential hazards. It has been prepared in accordance with statutory national guidance on emergency preparedness.

The CRR includes two documents:
A CRR Matrix document which gives a snapshot of Cheshire’s risk and how they are rated in terms of risk to the community.

Community Risk Register Matrix (new window, PDF 431KB)
The main CRR document which gives more comprehensive details of the specific risks.

Community Risk Register (new window, PDF 611KB)

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