You can now book places for the upcoming Schools Emergency Planning Session via BEEM
Event: Schools Emergency Planning
Venue: Bramber House, University of Sussex
Time: 8.30am- 1.00pm
This training session is open to Headteachers and staff who are involved in the development of the school’s emergency plan. A maximum of 2 delegates from each school can attend.
The event will involve a session run by the South East Counter Terrorism Unit providing security advice and counter terrorism awareness training covering the threat level, terrorist attack methods and, implicitly, how to mitigate those threats. There will be
specific input on how to stay safe when subjected to an attack and is designed an all-round session aimed at enhancing people's safety against the current terrorist threat. An opportunity for questions and answers will also be available.
In addition, other sessions will include table top exercises designed to raise awareness of managing an emergency incident and testing the suitability of the school’s emergency plan. The scenarios will include an off-site incident that will be intended to consider the suitability of the school’s plans in relation to residential, overseas and hazardous offsite trips.
The event will also inform delegates of the council’s response to an emergency.
Delegates should bring a copy of their school’s emergency plan to the event so that it can be reviewed as part of the exercises undertaken.
Refreshments will be provided but lunch is not included.
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