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1 Resource Issues SPEAKER NAME SPEAKER APPOINTMENT National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

2 Big Incidents Are labour intensive Are labour intensive Require a range of supporting systems Require a range of supporting systems Established across a range of sites Established across a range of sites All of which must be properly linked All of which must be properly linked National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

3 Staff Staff are needed in EG, SCU, MRC and SRC, as well as behind the scenes gathering information Staff are needed in EG, SCU, MRC and SRC, as well as behind the scenes gathering information Staff input can be needed 7 days a week for long days – high risk of staff burn-out Staff input can be needed 7 days a week for long days – high risk of staff burn-out Need to rotate staff to ensure adequate rest Need to rotate staff to ensure adequate rest Need information system to allow smooth transfer as staff change over Need information system to allow smooth transfer as staff change over Need to ensure enough staff are trained for the roles Need to ensure enough staff are trained for the roles Ensure the enough of the right people are available for the right place: technical skills, personality, rank, etc. Ensure the enough of the right people are available for the right place: technical skills, personality, rank, etc. National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

4 Communications Mobiles: ensure they work in key locations Mobiles: ensure they work in key locations Ensure key contact numbers are listed and available Ensure key contact numbers are listed and available Turn phones off during meetings and during down- time Turn phones off during meetings and during down- time Potentially consider having dedicated mobile phones for ELOs which can be passed on as staff change Potentially consider having dedicated mobile phones for ELOs which can be passed on as staff change Also consider the need for dedicated land-lines as the incident progresses Also consider the need for dedicated land-lines as the incident progresses National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

5 Communications Computing: laptops with appropriate data stored on them Computing: laptops with appropriate data stored on them Internet access – linking through partner organisations systems Internet access – linking through partner organisations systems Dial-up remote access Dial-up remote access access access Internet access Internet access Access to office systems Access to office systems National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

6 Hardware Other computers Other computers Printers and peripherals Printers and peripherals Photocopiers Photocopiers Stationery, charts, maps in large format Stationery, charts, maps in large format Flipcharts, whiteboards, standard proformas Flipcharts, whiteboards, standard proformas Backing literature – contingency plans, clean up guidelines, paper-based information on sites Backing literature – contingency plans, clean up guidelines, paper-based information on sites National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

7 Food! Coffee, tea, biscuits Coffee, tea, biscuits Sandwiches/lunches/meals at appropriate times available for staggered eating Sandwiches/lunches/meals at appropriate times available for staggered eating Who supplies, who pays, who organises? Who supplies, who pays, who organises? National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training


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