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Human Aspect

Welcome to the Emergency Planning Society Human Aspects Group Pages.

To ensure that humanitarian assistance is a priority in the emergency planning, response, recovery and resilience arrangements within the UK.

Committee Contacts

Below is a list of committee contact information.

Elizabeth Tassell

Elizabeth Tassell

Vice Chair

Emma Dodgson

Emma Dodgson

Secretary

Overall aim:

To ensure that humanitarian assistance is a priority in the emergency planning, response, recovery and resilience arrangements within the UK.

Objectives:

  1. To facilitate a co-ordinated approach to humanitarian assistance amongst the emergency response and resilience community.
  2. Promote clarity in the role and responsibilities of those organisations with a position in the humanitarian response to an emergency.
  3. To work with the Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College and other appropriate training organisations to develop and facilitate the most appropriate training related to the humanitarian aspects of an emergency.
  4. To support the development and publication (through EPS Share Point) of the most up-to-date relevant guidance on humanitarian assistance and community resilience, which considers the short, medium and longer term impact of emergencies on people.
  5. To represent the Emergency Planning Society regarding good practice when responding to the human aspects of major emergencies.
  6. To report to the Emergency Planning Society via the Professional Working Group, regarding human aspects.
2018 Meetings of the Group will be:

Moorgate, London 1100am – 1300pm

Thursday, 22 March
Friday, 22 June
Tuesday, 11 September
Monday, 10 December

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