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Its purpose is to support risk professionals and those that deal with the management of risk within organisations that provide services to, or support our communities and citizens. Find out more about Alarm.

 

Events

  • Alarm seminar: The best laid plans…understanding the impacts when risk prevention fails
    Alarm seminar: The best laid plans…understanding the impacts when risk prevention fails

    Alarm seminar: The best laid plans…understanding the impacts when risk prevention fails

    BLM, London

    This event will look at the impacts on a number of FRAs who have experienced a major incident in recent times and help Members evaluate their business continuity and risk mitigation activities against the reality of a major incident/loss.

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  • Alarm seminar: Insurance day
    Alarm seminar: Insurance day

    Alarm seminar: Insurance day

    Novotel, Tower Bridge. London

    The South East Group of Alarm will be holding their popular insurance day, returning to the Novotel, Tower Bridge, London. Bookings will open shortly but make sure you save the date!

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Latest News

Alarm launches guide on preparing and responding to a major incident

Alarm launches guide on preparing and responding to a major incident

Wednesday 23 November, 2016

After identifying that business continuity plans (BCPs) do not always provide user friendly practical assistance to those dealing with the immediate aftermath of a major incident, Alarm have worked closely with Vericlaim loss adjusters to develop a short best-practice guide that provides helpful hints and tips for both preparing and responding to a major incident. The Guide is designed as a quick reference resource, providing practical guidance on what can be done both pre and post incident to ensure impacts are mitigated.

New highways code of practice released

New highways code of practice released

Wednesday 02 November, 2016

The UK Roads Liaison Group has recently published the new Well managed highways infrastructure: a code of practice. This Code, replacing the previous Well-maintained highways, Well-lit highways, and Management of highway structures codes, moves from specific guidance to a risk based approach, determined by each highway authority. This is a UK wide code and is to be implemented within two years of the date of publication. For Alarm Members, working within those authorities with highways responsibility, this is an opportunity to be involved in the shaping and drafting of your own highways internal maintenance plan.