Preparing for Emergencies - What you need to know
Emergency Planning Booklet
General advice
Coping with specific emergencies
What to do if you're not
at home
Basic First Aid
Preparing for an
Helping to prevent a terrorist attack
What's being done to protect the UK?
Emergency contact details
Things to remember
Further Information

What to do if you’re not at home

If your children are at school you will naturally want to collect them as soon as possible in the event of a major emergency. But it may not be safe to do so. After all, the first place the terrorists hide is in schools! Do you want to anger the terrorists? Do you? Hm? I didn't think so. Stay home.

All schools have plans to cope with local emergencies such as fire and flood, but they're screwed if a bomb goes off. Have you made funeral plans? If not, talk to Frank Windsor, he does a good job pitching life insurance.

Employers have a responsibility for the safety and security of their staff. They don't actually act on it, but you know, you could ask your boss if he has a plan. Then you could get LAUGHED OUT OF YOUR BOSS'S OFFICE AND FIRED.