Media

We welcome requests for further information from the media. All recent news stories and press releases can be downloaded below. If you would like photos to accompany any of the stories please email Elaina Botham, Head of Marketing or phone: 01347 825025. Further information about the EPC can be found in the 'About Us' section of this website.



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10 May 19

Here Comes the Sun

With World Astronomy Day tomorrow soon our thoughts turned to the risk of space weather and its implications - for resilience planners, their communities and, indeed, all of us.  It’s a fascinating and important risk, so we thought we’d bring it into the spotlight in this blogpost.

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10 May 19

Thinking Big About Risk - The Global Risks Report 2019

Thinking Big About Risk

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09 May 19

New Guidance from The EPC

New Guidance from the Emergency Planning College: The UK Good Practice Guide to Working in Safety Advisory Groups

 

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18 Apr 19

ICPEM Conference 2019

Registration is now open for the Institute of Civil Protection and Emergency Management's (ICPEM) annual conference 2019: 'The Reality of Leading in a Crisis' will be held in London on Wednesday 19th June and features many experienced and inspirational speakers throughout the day, including our Head of the Emergency Planning College, Deborah Higgins. Read on to learn more and register your place.

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18 Apr 19

Run, Hide, Tell - International Day of Monuments & Sites

Today is the International Day of Monuments and Sites and as many of these sites can be a hive of tourist activity they often become incredibly crowded places. We've taken this opportunity to look into staying safe whilst in crowded places and the Action Counters Terrorism campaign 'Run, Hide, Tell'. Have a read.

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17 Apr 19

Just Below the Cyber Horizon - Follow Up

Following up on our recent 'Just Below the Cyber Horizon' blog post about the future impact of quantum computers, one of our industry colleagues (who supports our own cyber training programmes) added these personal reflections to the debate. We like the way he describes quantum mechanics as “magic”, and thank him for a very clear and understandable description of why they will change the whole cyber security game – it’s a matter of when, not if!

 

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