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Fife Council emergency plans

We have a legal duty under the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 to write and review emergency plans. These plans make sure we're prepared to respond to any kind of incident.

The plans are written and reviewed by the Emergency Resilience Team (ERT), along with a variety of partners. This includes other services within the council, and external partners such as the emergency services and utility companies. They provide expert input for certain plans.

The team also support Fife Council services with business continuity planning.

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For more information, please contact the Emergency Resilience Team by emailing emergency.planning@fife.gov.uk or by calling 01592 583544 (Team 24/7 number).