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Baughurst Community Emergency Plan 

Parish:                                      Baughurst
Borough:                                  Basingstoke and Deane

Co-ordinator:                           Parish Clerk

Effective date:             01/05/2019 

Distribution List

1.         County Emergency Planning Officer

2.         Borough Emergency Planning Liaison Officer

3.         Parish Councillors

4.         Tadley Police Station

5.         Tadley Fire Station

6.         AWE

7.         Tadley Town Council

8.         Pamber Heath Parish Council

 

9.         Aldermaston Parish Council

10.       Brimpton Parish Council         

 

11.        Ashford Hill and Headley Parish Council

12.        Tadley & District Community Centre

13.        Hurst Leisure Centre

 

14.        Library

 

15.        Swimming Pool

 

16.        Holmwood & Morland Health Centres

 

17.        First Responders

Aim and Objectives

 

Aim of the plan:

 

To enable community support, self-help and resilience when faced with an emergency situation.

 

Objectives of the plan:

 

1.     Conduct a risk assessment, identify hazards and possible mitigation

 

2.     Identify vulnerable groups within the community

 

3.     Identify key contacts

 

4.     Identify a community emergency management team

 

5.     Identify resources available to the community in the event of an emergency

 

Risk Assessment Analysis

 

Risk Matrix Score:         A = HIGH Likelihood and HIGH Impact

B = LOW Likelihood and HIGH Impact

C = HIGH Likelihood and LOW Impact

                                    D = LOW Likelihood and LOW Impact

 

Hazard

Impact

Mitigation in Place

Mitigation possible

Risk Matrix Score

Flooding

·   Loss of access

·   Loss of utilities

·   Water damage

·   Monitor flood warnings issued by the Environment Agency

·   Sandbags stored at Rowan Road

·   Monitoring equipment installed at Bishopswood Stream

·   Identify any residents that require shelter

·   Police traffic diversions in place

·   Emergency rest centre activated

·   Residents install floodgates

·   Residents store sandbags

 

B

Total or partial loss of gas, electricity, water or telephone

·   Loss of heating and or cooking facilities

·   Loss of lighting

·   Loss of sanitary facilities

·   Loss of communication

·   Notify utility provider

 

 

·   Identify any residents that require rest centre

·   Emergency rest centre activated

C

Severe weather

·   Fallen trees

·   HCC unable to clear roads

·   Building damage

·   Identify roads that need immediate clearance

·   Identify dangerous trees

 

 

·   Identify any residents that require shelter

·   Emergency rest centre activated

·   Enlist volunteers/maintenance contractor with chainsaws or tractors with chains

B

Major fire

·   Building damage

·   Threat to life

 

 

·   Evacuate area

·   Emergency rest centre activated

B

Heavy snow

·   Access in and out and within the town difficult

·   Loss of utilities

·   Care providers unable to meet their commitments

·   Disruption for pedestrians and possible physical injury

 

·   Monitor weather warnings issued by the Met Office

·   Ensure all grit bins are full

 

·   Contact care providers to ensure they can meet their commitments

·   Contact neighbourhood watch coordinators so they can check on vulnerable people in the area

·   Contact Hampshire & Berkshire 4*4 Responders

·   Emergency rest centre activated

B

Major road accident

·   Many injured people

·   Emergency services require assistance

 

 

·   Contact First Aiders, Padres, St Johns Ambulance, Community Responders, AWE emergency services

B

Gas leak or explosion

·   Building damage

·   Threat to life

 

 

·   Evacuate area

·   Emergency rest centre activated

B

Terrorism or violence

·   Building damage

·   Threat to life

·   Many injured people

·   Emergency services require assistance

 

 

 

·   Evacuate area

·   Emergency rest centre activated

·   Contact First Aiders, Padres, St Johns Ambulance, Community Responders, AWE emergency services

B

Aircraft accident

·   Building damage

·   Threat to life

·   Many injured people

·   Emergency services require assistance

 

 

·   Evacuate area

·   Emergency rest centre activated

·   Contact First Aiders, Padres, St Johns Ambulance, Community Responders, AWE emergency services

B

Hazardous vapour

·   Threat to life

 

 

·   Evacuation area downwind

B

Incident at AWE

·   Threat to life

·   AWE emergency plan in place

 

B

 

 

 

 

Community Resources

 

Contact Details:

 

Emergency Rest Centres

 

Premises

Key Holder

Contact No

 

Heath End Hall, Baughurst

Sue Gale

 

Brenda Woods

 

Janette Hewitt

0118 981 2155/07765 221234

 

0118 981 4346

 

0118 981 4858

Wolverton Village Hall

Mrs Langley

01635 297125

Hurst Leisure Centre

Lee Beetham

07743442999

 

Medical / First Aid

 

In the event of injury or illness within the community the assistance of professional medical support should be sought e.g. Ambulance, Doctor, Paramedic, First Responder, Qualified First Aiders. List details of the medical support available in your area. 

 

Name

Contact No

Holmwood Health Centre

0118 9814166

Morland Surgery

0118 9816661

Hantsdoc

111

Basingstoke Hospital

01256 473202

Holmwood Pharmacy

0118 9811984

Morland Pharmacy

0118 9820157

 

Transport

 

The following local transport businesses can be called upon to transport people, essential equipment or provisions in the event of an Emergency.

 

Buses / Taxis / 4x4s/ Tractors

Name

Contact Details

Capacity

Hampshire & Berkshire 4*4 Responders

 

http://www.hampshire4x4response.co.uk/

07010033301

 

 

Note that the Parish Council cannot provide any insurance cover for vehicles it requests to be used. Vehicles are used at the owners’ own risk and discretion and should be taxed and insured.

 

Vulnerable Groups in the Community

 

Name of Group

Address

 

Special needs

Miss Polly's Kindergarten, Hurst Community College

Brimpton Road

Young children

Jiminy Crickets Pre School

Ashford Hill

Young children

Little Stars Pre School

Heath End Hall

Young children

Heath Court

Heath End Road

Elderly

Choice Ltd

Fairview, Pinks Lane

Adults with learning difficulties

 

Additional Community Resources

 

Organisation

Name

Contact No.

Tadley Town Council

Nicki Barry

0118 981 3360

Pamber Parish Council

Leonie Brown

07920 787170

Aldermaston Parish Council

Christine McGarvie

0118 970 1576

Ashford Hill and Headley Parish Council

Steven Marshall

07714 001778

Brimpton Parish Council

Christine McGarvie

0118 970 1576

 

 

Communications

 

Communication System

Contact / Responsibility

Comments

Notice Boards: Wolverton Hall, Wolverton Common, The Wellington Arms, Baughurst Road, Heath End Hall, Baughurst Common

Parish Clerk

 

Parish Council Meeting

Parish Clerk

 

Council Newsletter

Parish Clerk

 

Cascade phone system

Parish Clerk

Councillors

 

Email / Website

clerk@baughurst-pc.gov.uk

www.baughurst-pc.gov.uk

 

Local media

See Contact list below

 

 

Emergency Action Check List

 

Activation and Call out

 

·         Dial 999 if Life or Property are threatened in your community by an incident or emergency

 

·         Contact Borough Council (see contact sheet)

 

  • Use the suggested log sheet at the back of the plan to record:

·         Any decisions you have made

·         Who you spoke to and what you said

 

  • Contact other members of the Community that need to be alerted:

·         Those specifically under threat

·         The Parish Council via the Parish Clerk

·         Volunteers and key holders that may be needed

 

Contact initially may be to inform them of the emergency or inform them of current Emergency Service advice regarding any action to be taken.

Community Emergency Meeting

  • Is a Community Emergency Meeting necessary?
  • Is the venue safe to hold the meeting and can people get there safely?
  • Has the Borough Council been informed you are holding a Community Emergency Meeting?
  • Has the community been informed there will be a meeting?
  • Take a copy of the first Agenda to the meeting.

 

Under no circumstance should you put yourself or others at risk to fulfil these tasks

 

Contacts

 

Service / Role

Telephone Number

Website/email

Emergency Services

999

N/A

Emergency Co-ordinator

0118 981 2944

clerk@baughurst-pc.gov.uk

Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council

01256 844844

www.basingstoke.gov.uk

Hampshire County Council

0300 555 1375

www.hants.gov.uk

Emergency Planning Unit HCC

01962 846846

07957 932584

epoffice@hants.gov.uk

Police HQ

08450454545

www.hampshire.police.uk

Fire Service HQ

02380 644000

www.hantsfire.gov.uk

NHS direct

0845-4647

www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk

Environment Agency

0800 807060

www.environment-agency.gov.uk

EA Floodline

0345 988 1188

www.environment-agency.gov.uk

Hampshire Highways

0300 555 1388

www.hants.gov.uk

Thames Water

0800 316 9800

 

Leaks

Sewer flooding/loss of supply

Electricity

0345 071 9710

Power cut or gas emergency

Gas

0800 111999

 

AWE

0118 9814111

www.awe.co.uk

Parish Clerk

0118 981 2944

www.baughurst-pc.gov.uk

St Stephen’s Church

0118 981 3528

Churchwarden:  Mr L Hensman

St Catherine’s Church

0118 981 1364

Churchwarden: Mr S de Boinville

Salvation Army

0118 9815013

 

Burnham Copse School

0118 9814498

 

Hurst Community College

0118 9817474

 

Kestrel Radio

01256 694000

 

Newbury Weekly News

01635 564526

 

Basingstoke Observer

01256 694127

 

BBC Radio Berkshire

0118 9464200

 

Basingstoke Gazette

01256 337444

 

BBC South Today

023 80226201

 

ITV Meridian

0844 881 2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Log Sheet

 

Date

Time

Information / Decisions / Actions

Initials