Local plans and good practice

Communities across Scotland are coming together to get ready for all kinds of emergencies, some examples are detailed below. Why not Let us know if you or an organisation you are involved with have been working with the community to prepare for and respond to emergencies. 

Here are some examples of what's happening already, told in the words of those involved.

More examples can be found below.

Argyll and Bute Council

Arran Resilience

Blair Atholl and Struan Community Emergency Plan

Burntisland Community Emergency Plan

Business Continuity in Action - Forth Valley Chamber of Commerce

Bute Community Emergency Plan

Central Scotland Voluntary Sector Awareness Event

Coldstream Resilient Community Plan

Dumfries and Galloway Council - Invite them to you

Dumfries and Galloway Council - Community Debriefing

Dumfries and Galloway Council and British Red Cross

Dumfries and Galloway Council Winter Equipment Project

East Lothian Council: Supporting Community Councils and Schools in Severe Weather

Fountainhall Resilient Community Plan

Howwood Community Resilience Day

Howwood Community Resilience Plan

International Rescue Corps: Support to NHS in Central Scotland

International Rescue Corps: Support to Stirling Council's Severe Weather Response

Lothian 4 x 4 Response

Moffat Community Flood Resilience Group

North Ronaldsay Additional Ferry Sailings Protocol

Perth & Kinross Community Resilience Development Group

Ready Grampian 

Reston and Auchencrow Resilient Community Plan

Scottish Borders Council 'Resilient Communities'

Sky Watch Air Patrol

Stirling Community Severe Weather Plans

The Whithorn Young Team!

Wigtownshire