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PAS 2015: The Disruptive Challenges facing the NHS, Dr Penny Bevan CBE Director of Emergency Preparedness, Department of Health, England

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Dr Penny Bevan CBE’s (Director of Emergency Preparedness, Department of Health, England) presentation from BSI's (British Standards Institution) launch of the standard for healthcare resilience - PAS 2015

Understanding the Disruptive Challenges facing the NHS

•An overview of disruptive challenges that may impact on patient care
•Health care resilience and the integration with the wider UK cross-government civil resilience agenda
•Linking the elements of emergency preparedness and business continuity management

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PAS 2015: The Disruptive Challenges facing the NHS, Dr Penny Bevan CBE Director of Emergency Preparedness, Department of Health, England

  1. 1. The Disruptive Challenges facing the NHS Dr Penny Bevan Director of Emergency Preparedness Department of Health For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  2. 2. Agenda • An overview of disruptive challenges that may impact on patient care • Health and Healthcare resilience as part of the wider UK cross-government civil resilience agenda • Linking the elements of emergency preparedness and business continuity management For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  3. 3. Context • Ongoing high threat level • Consequences from an increasing spectrum of risks • Civil Contingencies Act 2004 • NHS part of the UK Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) • Increased expectations For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  4. 4. Civil Contingencies Act 2004 Sets out the responsibilities of frontline responders together to assess local risks and: • publish them in community risk registers; • to prepare plans; • to make arrangements • to warn and inform the public in the event of emergencies; • and to promote business • continuity For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  5. 5. Disruptive Challenges Facing the NHS For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  6. 6. Disruptive ChallengesDisruptive Challenges Relative Likelihood RelativeImpact Major Transport Accidents Major Industrial Accidents Coastal Flooding Inland Flooding Severe Weather Attacks on Critical Infrastructure Non-conventional Attacks Attacks on Transport Attacks on Crowded Places Electronic Attacks Pandemic Influenza Animal Disease
  7. 7. National Security Strategy
  8. 8. National Security Strategy – major threats • International Terrorism • Cyber attack • International military crises • Major Incidents and natural hazards For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  9. 9. PM Cabinet OfficeDH NSS CCS NSC (THRC) NRA RRTs GOs PCT SHA’s PCT Mental HealthAmbulanceAcute Trusts LRF’s HPA (National) HPA (Regional) HPA (Local) Patients & Service Users NS Adviser National Security Council Central Government Structure - October 2010
  10. 10. ‘Survive to Operate’ • The NHS needs to be able to survive as an organisation to enable it to operate core services there by continuing to provide patient care – ‘Survive to Operate’ • All healthcare providers should build resilience within the system to ensure continued operational delivery of services when faced with disruptive challenges. For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  11. 11. Health and BCM • Business continuity is a key issue for all provider organisations, including Foundation Trusts. This is a clear message from DH and is in the current NHS Operating Framework • It requires an integrated organisational response at local, regional and national level • Business continuity must be part of every NHS organisation’s core business not an adjunct to business – ‘survive to operate’ For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  12. 12. Linking Emergency preparedness and BCM Integrated emergency management (IEM) • Anticipate • Assess • Prevent • Prepare • Respond • Recover For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  13. 13. Linking emergency preparedness and BCM The BCM life Cycle - Embedding BCM in the Organisation’s culture • Understanding the organisation • Determining the BCM Strategy • Developing and implementing BCM response • Exercising, maintaining and reviewing For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  14. 14. IEM and the BCM Life-Cycle For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  15. 15. Components of Resilience Across the Health Economy
  16. 16. Thank you Dr Penny Bevan Director of Emergency Preparedness Department of Health For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015

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