The London Emergency Services Liaison Panel (LESLP) was formed in 1973 and consists of representatives from the Metropolitan Police Service, City of London Police, British Transport Police, the London Fire Brigade, the London Ambulance Service and local authorities. Also represented on LESLP, are the Port of London Authority, the Marine Coastguard, as well as the RAF along with other military and voluntary sector representatives. The group itself meets once every three months. This manual describes the agreed procedures and arrangements for the joint efforts when dealing with a major incident. The manual provides summaries of the responses and responsibilities of each of the emergency services at a major incident, as well as an outline of support role offered by local authorities. The manual has been specifically prepared for information and guidance of the emergency services and local authorities, with the focus on procedures that relate to activities at, and ancillary to, the scene of a major incident. Also included, are references to roles and responsibilities of some non-emergency service organizations.... responsibilities E.4.1 The following are in addition to the roles and responsibilities mentioned throughout this Manual. ... the public if resources permit, i.e. drying-out facilities, provision, filling or placing of sandbags where danger is foreseen.
|Title||:||LESLP major incident procedure manual|
|Author||:||London Emergency Services Liaison Panel|
|Publisher||:||The Stationery Office - 2007-06-29|