This policy sets out the values, principles and policies underpinning the care service’s approach to dealing with the emergencies arising from floods or the risk of flooding of the areas in which the care provider’s premises or service users’ homes are situated and which could disrupt service continuity.
The care service recognises that floods not only cause damage to buildings and property but can disrupt transport services as well. This can cause problems for the ambulance and community health services in areas most severely affected, as well as causing problems for staff completing their visits and maintaining punctuality.
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