National and Community Risk Registers

The National Risk Register is an assessment completed by the government which describes the likelihood and potential impact of a range of different civil emergencies.

National Risk Register

The risk register helps inform local planning for emergencies and is discussed within the Local Resilience Forum. The current register, Edition 2017, can be found here.

Community Risk Register

In Runnymede, we plan for civil emergencies based on the hazards contained in the Surrey Community Risk Register. Following nationally agreed best practice, the generic hazards have been assessed for the likelihood of the event happening and the potential impact that may have within the County.