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Helping you in an emergency

The Norfolk Resilience Forum (NRF) has been set up to provide information to the public to warn and inform about emergencies. Our aim is to make you aware when there is a risk of an emergency and what our planned response will be and also to provide you with information and advice as necessary at the time of an emergency.

We hope you will find this website of assistance and interest.

Local Risks

For area specific risk in formation within Norfolk please see the following sections:

Very High | High | Medium | Low

About the NRF (NRF)

The Norfolk Resilience Forum (NRF) provides information to the public to help them plan and prepare for an emergency that may affect our county.


Preparing your Home

Emergencies happen.  Find out how you and your family can prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies.


Preparing your Community

Community Resilience – using local resources and knowledge to help themselves during an emergency.


Preparing your Business

Whether you are a large or SME business, have you got the ability to respond swiftly to an emergency?


Local Flood Risks

Local Weather Conditions

Facebook Posts

This week’s messages / tips will be about #flooding.

Please let us know if you have any questions and we’ll do our best to answer them!

(Before - Flooding)

1. Have you checked to see if you live or your business is in a flood zone?

2. You can check on the Environment Agency website.

3. Whilst your there, you can sign up for Floodline Warnings Direct to receive alerts, warnings and severe warnings.
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#BusinessContinuity Top Tips:

15. Create a call tree so that info about the event can be circulated quickly & easily #BusinessContinuity

16. Test systems, exercise plans and rehearse the people involved on a regular basis. Maintain the plans - keep them up to date, build in a regular review of your plan.

17. Would you like to prepare your business before, during and after an emergency? Download the #NorfolkPreparedApp today!
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#BusinessContinuity Top Tips:

11. A #BusinessContinuity plan doesn’t have to be complicated! It only needs to be a few pages long covering main topics

12. It’s essential that #BusinessContinuity has the support of senior management. Nominate an individual for BC.

13. As part of the #BusinessContinuity process, you should carry out a Business Impact Analysis – this identified your key functions

14. If you’re based on an industrial site consider a buddy system with the other businesses e.g. to share resources #BusinessContinuity
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