Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management: Organisation Chart
Analysis & Planning Unit
The Analysis & Planning Unit is responsible for the research and development of Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) concepts across hazard risk management, readiness, response and recovery. Tasks include coordinating science advice and the application of research, national planning, the development of guidance and doctrine and international engagement. The Unit also has responsibility to manage relationships with partner Departments and agencies at the national level.
The Development Unit is responsible for engagement and liaison with CDEM Groups and local authorities on their statutory responsibility for delivering all aspects of CDEM to their communities. The unit is responsible for assisting CDEM Groups to implement national guidance and plans in the region, monitor and report CDEM Group performance and development including implementing the evaluation process, assisting CDEM Groups to enhance capability development and managing the resilience fund process.
Capability & Operations Unit
The Capability & Operations Unit has two principal functions: CDEM capability development and National CDEM operational readiness and systems. CDEM Capability responsibilities include the analysis, development and implementation of measures to support the availability of the requisite range of high quality educational opportunities for CDEM stakeholders. National CDEM operational readiness responsibilities include the management of the National Crisis Management Centre (NCMC) and its systems, processes and staffing, hosting of the CDEM Emergency Management Information System (EMIS), management of the National Warning System and the National Exercise Programme. The Unit also has responsibility to manage relationships with partner Departments and agencies at the national level.