National Risk Register
The Government has published a National Risk Register which sets out an assessment of the likelihood and potential impact of a range of different risks that may directly affect the UK.
The National Risk Register is designed to increase awareness of the kinds of risks the UK faces, and encourage individuals and organisations to think about their own preparedness. The register also includes details of what the Government and emergency services are doing to prepare for emergencies.
Community Risk Register
Community Risk Registers (CRRs) currently consider the likelihood and potential impact of a range of hazards occurring in specific areas of England and Wales. They are approved and published by Local Resilience Forums (LRFs) which have been established under the Civil Contingencies Act. They include representatives from local emergency services, and public, private and voluntary organisations. These representatives include MCA officers where there is a maritime interest.
Click here to view the National Risk Register.