CBRN Group Contact Details
Office: 01822 61 08 08
This is scheduled for 4th March 2014 to be held at Tactical Hazmat Ltd Training Centre Evesham.
Minutes of Meetings
Owing to the sensitive nature of the topics discussed, minutes are not generally made available to non-group members.
TERMS OF REFERENCE
EPS CBRN Group Terms of Reference
1 To represent the Emergency Planning Society (EPS) on CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear) emergencies. This includes CBRN emergencies resulting from deliberate, accidental and natural causes.
2 To report key activities of the Group to the main body of the EPS through the Director of Business Services.
Emergency Planning Society (Scottish Branch)
Statement of Intent
This statement of intent sets out the standards that Scottish Branch will deliver as a minimum, towards the wider development and enhancement of the Society and the profession. This document is complimentary to Branch Rules and other Society guidance.
To support the delivery of the Emergency Planning Society‘s strategic aims, and promote the professional interests of the Scottish Branch members in relation to Resilience.
Assist and support the Society in the delivery of the core strategic aims within Scotland.
Provide opportunities for the continuous professional development of Branch members using Professional Interest Networking Groups.
Assist and support the Society in its aim to influence policy relating to resilience matters.
Provide opportunities for learning, development and research in relation to resilience within Scotland, the UK and globally.
Provide opportunities to discuss and explore good practice and lessons identified from emergencies, incidents and exercises.
Develop partnerships with a range of interested parties including Scottish Government.
Actively recruit new members to the Society.
The delivery of the aim and objectives will be the responsibility of the Branch Executive, with the support and assistance of the wider Society.
The Branch will organise at least one of each of the following in a 12 month period.
Annual General Meeting
Professional Interest Networking Group
Membership development workshop
In addition Branches will be able to run other events and training days as they deem fit, pending informing Central Office and promotion on the schedule of events. These events can include forums on critical issues, training and awareness and team building events.
The Branch will maintain a schedule of events and meetings on the EPS website to ensure members are informed in advance of dates.
The Branch Executive and Members will be ambassadors for the Society and the profession.
The Branch will provide quarterly communications to members and the wider Society.
Encourage and develop membership of the Society in Scotland, to include those in the profession, academic institutions, private and voluntary sectors, the event industry, utilities, businesses and industry and other organisations with an interest in the Resilience Profession.
Scottish Branch, Executive Committee, August 2014.