Emergency planning

Runnymede has an Emergency Plan which is reviewed regularly and updated annually. It sets out procedures and guidance for responding as an organisation to a major incident or large emergency that affects the Borough.
If you are a business owner or manager you should be prepared for emergency situations. What would you do in the event of a fire or flood? Can your business cope if severe weather affects your deliveries or IT systems?
If you have a power cut, call 105 to contact your electricity network operator.
Severe weather conditions can cause widespread disruption and even pose a threat to safety. The MET Office monitors weather conditions in the UK and uses the National Severe Weather Warning Service to issue warnings when severe weather is likely.
The National Risk Register is an assessment completed by the government which describes the likelihood and potential impact of a range of different civil emergencies.