Helping to promote resilience in Bournemouth

Community Risk Register

The importance of risk assessment is emphasised by the Civil Contingencies Act 2004
(CCA). The CCA places a legal duty on responders to undertake risk assessments and maintain them in a Community Risk Register, and publish this register. Risks in this context are those that could result in a major emergency. This Community Risk Register is the first step in the emergency planning process; it ensures that the plans that are developed are proportionate to the risk.

The purpose of the Community Risk Register is:

  • To ensure that local responders have an accurate understanding of the risks that
    they face to provide a sound foundation for planning
  • To provide a rational basis for the prioritisation of objectives, work programmes
    and allocation of resources
  • To enable local responders to assess the adequacy of their plans and identify
    any gaps
  • To facilitate joined up planning, based on consistent planning assumptions
  • To provide an accessible overview of the emergency planning context for the
    public and officials
  • To inform and reflect on national and regional risk assessments that support
    emergency planning and capability development at those levels

The complexity of the work and the long timescales involved in developing a comprehensive Community Risk Register should not be underestimated.

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