Emergency Planning and Business Continuity
Boston Borough Council has the responsibility to plan and prepare for potential emergencies in the borough. It also has a duty to promote best practices to small and medium-sized businesses, encouraging them to think about what they would do in a crisis to ensure their business survives the impacts.
Boston Borough Council under the Civil Contingencies Act 2004, has the responsibility to perform certain duties to prepare for, respond to and recover from major emergencies.
Emergency Planning - What is it?
Emergency planning describes the processes of a responding agency (also known as a category 1 responder), its managers and personnel who manage an emergency. In Lincolnshire this task is carried out by the Lincolnshire County Council Emergency Planning and Business Continuity Service but supported and resourced by all seven districts throughout the county.
Together we offer advice and guidance to all communities in the borough around identified risks.
Business Continuity- What is it?
Business Continuity is about planning for your business to continue in times of crisis, albeit reduced, so that it can return to business as usual as quickly as possible after a disruption. Under the Civil Contingencies Act 2004, Boston Borough Council is required to undergo business continuity planning of its own as well as offering advice and guidance to small and medium-sized businesses and voluntary sector groups throughout the borough.
If you would like more information on how you can prepare your business against possible disruption please email email@example.com
|[70kb]||Be prepared for an emergency||Be prepared for an emergency|
The documents in this section are in Adobe Acrobat format (pdf). You will need Acrobat Reader to view these files which can be downloaded from the Adobe website free of charge.