Black Rock Firearms Training Centre study day

The recent militant attack at the DusitD2 hotel complex in Kenya is a stark reminder about the terrorist firearms threat at crowded places.

Manchester Arena attack: Casualty Bureau communications breakdown

The Kerslake Inquiry into the Manchester Arena attack on 22 May 2017, found that overall the response of the emergency services had been very positive.

Telemedicine: transforming the battlefield

One of the fascinating presentations at the 2017 ‘SARTISS’ international search and rescue conference in Romania was by Ronald Poropatich, of the Center for Military Medicine Research in the US.

Celebrating 25 years of the Emergency Planning Society

This year we celebrate 25 years of the Emergency Planning Society and in doing so we are reflecting on the many incidents and emergencies that have taken place during that time, both within the UK and globally.

Can firefighting go airborne? There’s good reasons why not

The Grenfell tragedy and other high level fires have raised public debate as to whether firefighting should go airborne for roof-top rescues and high-level fires.

Latest news from The Emergency Planning Society

Marketing and Communications Strategy

Emergency Planning Society announces exciting plans to develop new and improved Marketing and Communications Strategy The convergence of emergency management with a broader resilience framework, supported by governance, competences and standards, has created both...

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Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship

Members may be interested in applying to the Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship for 4-8 weeks travel to research emergency planning.  You can visit up to two continents.  You should gain knowledge that you bring back to the UK to expand your knowledge in...

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EPS AGM 12th Sept 2019 South West Branch Feedback

The EPS AGM reflected many of the issues that came up at the last NOC – National Operating Committee meeting – which was held at Easingwold, so this feedback covers both meetings. Unfortunately, Jacqui Semple our EPS Chair couldn’t be with us due to a bereavement, so...

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Become a EPS member

Join the EPS with full membership and you’ll gain access to FREE events, CPD modules, our resources library and our quarterly magazine ‘Resilience’ along with discounted prices on events where a member of the EPS is speaking.



The Associate membership is the enrolment level for all those joining the Society.

£120.00 / €140.00 per year



Progression to Member status can be achieved by completing the membership upgrade scheme.

£120.00 / €140.00 per year



Applicable to individuals who are in full time study related to the field of emergency planning.

£50.00 / €70.00 per year

Important Information

From 1st January 2017 we are introducing a Group Discount Scheme for organisations with with 5 or more members – discounts from 20% to 30%.

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