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Emergency Planning & Fire Advice

Our aim is to help the heritage sector by providing expertise and support in fire safety and emergency planning. We encourage knowledge transfer and facilitate the development of partnerships between sector partners.
  • A collection of printed Emergency Response Plan templates

    Emergency Response Plans

    Find out how to write an emergency plan and download our templates.

  • Photo of an ornate but burnt out root. There are burn marks on the walls and exposed beams where the ceiling is missing

    Salvage Training

    Advice for anyone who is expected to take charge of an emergency situation or participate in the salvage and protection of artefacts.

  • In case of fire break glass

    Fire Advice & Fire Safety

    Fire is probably the most devastating of disasters that can strike a building. We publish advice and best practice for the heritage sector.

  • Image of houses flooded after the Severn burst its banks near Bewdley in Worcestershire

    Threats and Emergencies

    Development of practical ways to manage & reduce risks to buildings from threats, such as fires, flooding, storms, fibrous plaster ceiling collapse.