Nick Elliott is an experienced Emergency Planning professional with over 25 years experience of working in a Local Authority Emergency Panning and Civil Resilience environment.
Nick has a track record of achieving a high level of satisfactory outcomes within multi agency settings, such as Local Resilience Forum working groups, joint training and exercises and response to major incidents. He has a wealth of experience on COMAH, Pipeline Safety Regulations and non-statutory “hazardous sites” contingency planning.
Nick has worked on a number of key capability work streams. On Humanitarian Assistance he led on establishing the Derbyshire Crisis Support Team. On Risk Assessment he pioneered “Risk Differentiation” to ensure that where a hazard has different levels of risk within an LRF’s area, this is recognised within Community Risk Registers.
On behalf of the LRF Nick also takes a leading role on Multi-Agency Flood Planning, Mass Fatalities and CBRN Planning.
Nick was invited to become a Fellow of the Emergency Planning Society in 2008.