Cover sheet

1.    Initial Response    

1.1      What to do in an emergency

1.2      Assess the scale of the emergency

1.3      Form a team to deal with the emergency

1.4      Form a team to deal with the emergency

1.5      Risk assessment

2.    Roles And Responsibilities

2.1    The role of the emergency services

2.2     The role of Bracknell Forest Council

2.3      The role of the school

3.    Guidance For Specific Incidents

3.1    Accidents and injuries

3.2    Attack on a student/ member of staff

3.3    Bomb threat/suspect packages

3.4    Broadmoor alert

3.5    Carbon monoxide leakage

3.6    Chemical / toxic / hazardous spill

3.7    Death

3.8    Earthquake

3.9    Fights between pupils

3.10  Fire

3.11  Flooding

3.12  Gas leak

3.13  Heating failure

3.14  Heatwave

3.15  Hostage situation

3.16  Industrial emergency near school

3.17  Known hazards

3.18  Lightning strikes

3.19  Missing child / abduction / runaway

3.20  Offensive weapons / shootings

3.21  Offsite activities

3.22  School security

3.23  Severe weather

3.24  Sexual assault / abuse

3.25  Sickness / infectious disease

3.26  Terrorism

3.27  Threatening/ suspicious persons

3.28  Tresspass / intruders

3.29  Unsafe structures

3.30  Utility failure

4.    Specific Emergency Plans

4.01      Broadmoor Alert Plan

4.02      Business Continuity Plan

4.03      School Closure Plan

4.04      Communications Plan

4.05      Bereavement

4.06      Evacuation and Fire Drill Plan

4.07      Examinations Emergency Plan

4.08      First Aid Plan

4.09      Notifiable Diseases Plan

4.10      Sickness and Diarrhoea Plan

4.11      Lockdown Plan

4.12      Migration Plan

4.13      Shelter Plan

4.14      Special and Additional Needs

5.    After The Event

5.1    Business Continuity Plan

5.2    General principles

5.3    People

5.4    Buildings

5.5    ICT systems

5.6    Supply chain

5.7    Further guidance

5.8    Lessons learnt review

6.    Further Guidance

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