The Emergency Planning service is provided by Derbyshire County Council for the Derby City Council and the other districts and boroughs within Derbyshire.
We prepare for and deal with a wide range of emergencies such as flooding and other severe weather events, major fires and chemical leaks. We produce contingency plans, organise and deliver training and exercises for those with a role to play in preventing or responding to these types of incidents.
The Derbyshire Emergency Planning team is based at County Hall, Matlock.
It is Business Continuity Awareness Week from the 13th to 17th May 2019. To find out more visit the Business Continuity Institute.
If you live or work in the city centre, we advise that you read the Derby city centre contingency plan leaflet. This offers advice to you in the event of an incident in Derby city centre.
The Local Resilience Forum (LRF) is responsible for the overall direction and policies for emergency planning and preparation in Derbyshire to ensure the effective delivery of duties under the Civil Contingencies Act 2004.
More information about the LRF and emergency planning in Derbyshire can be found on the Derbyshire Prepared website.