Cumbria Local Resilience Forum
Barrow-in-Furness Borough Council works in partnership with other local authorities, organisations and agencies in Cumbria through the Cumbria Local Resilience Forum (CLRF) to deliver emergency planning services throughout the county.
The Cumbria Local Resilience Forum was formed in 2005 following the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 which required organisations across specific areas to work together to prepare, respond and recover from different emergencies.
Cumbria Local Resilience Forum has a website where you can find information and advice to help you better prepare if there was an emergency in the county. Follow this link:
Cumbria Local Resilience Forum website
This website gives you information on what you as a business or a member of the public can do:
- now to prepare for a range of emergencies
- if an emergency occurs
- to recover from an emergency
BAE Systems Local Liaison Committee
In recognition of the business’ economic and social responsibilities to the community and the environment and local business, the Barrow Local Liaison Committee (LLC) is organised by Cumbria County Council Resilience Unit on behalf of the business and chaired by Councillor Sweeney of Barrow Borough Council. The LLC provides a forum to inform and assure the local authorities and the public of the safe operation of nuclear activities and of the robustness of the contingency arrangements at the site. The company also attend the LLC and the Emergency Planning Sub-Committee of the LLC to ensure appropriate consultation with local authorities and agencies.
26th January 2017
Minutes of meetings:
26th January 2017(DRAFT)
2nd February 2016
28th January 2015
30th January 2014
24th January 2013