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Preparedness in Scotland

Preparedness in Scotland

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Published by British Red Cross
Both the Scottish Government and the British Red Cross work throughout Scotland to enhance and strengthen community resilience.

As previous research into preparedness, as well as awareness of risks and sources of information, was most recently undertaken in 2008, the Red Cross and the Scottish Government commissioned TNS-BMRB to conduct research with the principal objective of assessing the current nature and extent of preparedness in Scotland.
Both the Scottish Government and the British Red Cross work throughout Scotland to enhance and strengthen community resilience.

As previous research into preparedness, as well as awareness of risks and sources of information, was most recently undertaken in 2008, the Red Cross and the Scottish Government commissioned TNS-BMRB to conduct research with the principal objective of assessing the current nature and extent of preparedness in Scotland.

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Published by: British Red Cross on Oct 24, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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 EMERGENCYPREPAREDNESS INSCOTLAND
 
 
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS IN SCOTLAND
Catriona West / Angelica LorenzoTNS-BMRB
Scottish Government/British Red Cross28 June 2011JN220069
 
 
Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1
 
Background and Objectives 1
 
Method 1
 
Main findings 1
 
1
 
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES 4
 
Background 4
 
Objectives 4
 
2
 
METHOD AND SAMPLE 5
 
3
 
LEVELS OF CONCERN WITH DIFFERENT EMERGENCY SITUATIONS 7
 
4
 
PERCEIVED AND ACTUAL PREPAREDNESS FOR DIFFERENT EMERGENCYSITUATIONS 10
 
Perceived level of preparedness 10
 
Actual Household Preparedness 11
 
Additional ways of keeping warm 15
 
Items available in car for emergencies 16
 
Confidence in first aid skills 17
 
5
 
RESPONSIBILITY FOR PREPAREDNESS 19
 
6
 
SOURCES OF INFORMATION 21
 
7
 
CONCLUSIONS 24
 
APPENDIX 1 QUESTIONNAIRE 26
 
APPENDIX 2 TECHNICAL INFORMATION 30
 
APPENDIX 3 SCOTTISH PARLIAMENTARY REGIONS 31
 

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