Tuesday 9 September 2003, 10.15am
|Representing the Local Government Association:
Councillor Peter Chalke, Deputy Chair and Mr Tom Griffin, Principal Adviser on Emergency Planning.
Representing the Emergency Planning Society:
Mr Brian Ward, Chair.
Mr Alan Goldsmith, Deputy Chief Constable, Lincolnshire Police.
Mr Ron Dobson, Assistant Commissioner, London Fire Brigade.
Mr Philip Selwood, Chairman, Ambulance Service Association Civil Emergencies Committee.
Tuesday 9 September 2003, 4.35pm
|Representing Camden Borough Council:
Ms Alison Lowton, Head of Legal Services.
Representing Durham County Council:
Mr Patrick Cunningham, Chief Emergency Planning Officer.
Representing Leeds City Council:
Mr Richard Davies, Principal Emergency Planning Officer.
Tuesday 16 September 2003, 9.35am
Representing the Scottish Executive:
Mr Hugh Henry, Deputy Minister for Justice, Mr Jim Gallagher, Head of Justice Department and Mr Max Maxwell, Head of Contingencies and Resilience Unit.
Representing the National Assembly for Wales:
Mr Rhodri Morgan, First Minister and Mr Nick Patel, Head of Emergencies and Security Division.
Tuesday 16 September 2003, 4.35pm
Ms Shami Chakrabarti, Director
Dr Eric Metcalfe, Director of Human Rights Policy.
Thursday 16 October 2003, 3.35pm
Representing the Cabinet Office:
Mr Douglas Alexander MP, Minister for the Cabinet Office, Roger Hargreaves, Head of Bill Team, Policy Division and Ms Rebecca Lane, Legal Advisor.
Tuesday 21 October 2003, 4.05pm
|Representing the NHS:
Office of Strategic Health Authorities:
Mr John Pullin, South West London Strategic Health Authority;
North Wales Health Emergency Planning Group:
Mr Keith Williams, Emergency Planning co-ordinator for North Wales; and
West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority:
Mr Anthony Kealy, Emergency Planning Lead.
|Representing Utility Providers:
Mr Doug Turner, Head of Network Continuity and Emergency Planning;
Western Power Distribution:
Mr Philip West, Policy Manager; and
Mr Geoffrey Miller, Head of Risk Management.
|Representing the Voluntary Sector:
The National Voluntary Aid Society Emergency Committee:
Ms Moya Wood-Heath, Assistant General Secretary;
The British Red Cross:
Ms Virginia Beardshaw, Director of UK Service Development;
The Salvation Army:
Major Bill Cochrane, Secretary for Communications;
The Women's Royal Voluntary Service:
Mr Mark Lever, Chief Executive; and
St John Ambulance:
Mr Peter Brown, Chief Commander.