Houses of Parliament portcullis
House of Lords
House of Commons
Session 2002-03
House of Lords Publications on the internet
House of Commons Publications on the internet
Joint Committee on Draft Civil Contingencies Bill Publications

Joint Committee on Draft Civil Contingencies Bill - Minutes of Evidence [Back to Report]

Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Lords and the House of Commons to be printed 11 November 2003.


Tuesday 21 October 2003

Members present:


Dr Lewis Moonie, in the Chair
Archer of Sandwell, L Mr Adrian Bailey
Bradshaw, LDavid Cairns
Brooke of Alverthorpe, LMr Kevan Jones
Condon, LMr Elfyn Llwyd
Lucas of Crudwell and Dingwall, LPatrick Mercer
Ramsay of Cartvale, BKali Mountford
Mr Richard AllanDavid Wright




CONTENTS

Letter from the Office of the Strategic Health Authorities

Memorandum from the North Wales Health Emergency Planning Group (NWHEPG)

Letter from West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority

Witnesses: Mr John Pullin, South West London Strategic Health Authority, Office of Strategic Health Authorities; Mr Keith Williams, Emergency Planning Co-ordinator for North Wales, North Wales Health Emergency Planning Group; and Mr Anthony Kealy, Emergency Planning Lead, West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority; National Health Service, examined.

Question Numbers

295-299

300-319

Memorandum from BT

Memorandum from Western Power Distribution

Memorandum from United Utilities

Witnesses: Mr Doug Turner, Head of Network Continuity and Emergency Planning, BT; Mr Philip West, Policy Manager, Western Power Distribution; and Mr Geoffrey Miller, Head of Risk Management, United Utilities, examined.

Question Numbers

320-339

340-353

Supplementary memorandum from BT

Supplementary memorandum from United Utilities

Memorandum from the National Voluntary Aid Society Emergency Committee (NVASEC)

Memorandum from the British Red Cross

Memorandum from the Women's Royal Voluntary Service (WRVS)

Memorandum from St John Ambulance

Witnesses: Ms Moya Wood-Heath, Assistant General Secretary, National Voluntary Aid Society Emergency Committee, Ms Virginia Beardshaw, Director of UK Service Development, British Red Cross, Major Bill Cochrane, Secretary for Communications, Salvation Army, Mr Mark Lever, Chief Executive, Women's Royal Voluntary Service, and Mr Peter Brown, Chief Commander, St John Ambulance, examined.

Question Numbers

354-359

360-374



 
contents next page

House of Lords home page Parliament home page House of Commons home page search page enquiries index

© Parliamentary copyright 2003
Prepared 28 November 2003