Share crisis information securely with all resilience colleagues, on one platform.
Work together during a crisis, calling in help, responding to events as they happen, and monitoring your crisis recovery team’s progress
Plan for emergencies
Resilience Direct helps you plan for a crisis.
Build relationships with other agencies in your area and start using Resilience Direct with your team, on exercise.
How to use ResilienceDirect
See the bigger picture live, from the control room. Zoom in on incidents. On the ground, share reports, identify hazards, and keep up to date with weather conditions.
Introducing Resilience Direct
Emergency responders need to be ready to deal with crises and disruptive events – ranging from natural disasters to deliberate attacks.Learn more
Hampshire & IoW Local Resilience Forum
Using ResilienceDirect, H&IOW can publish plans and updates instantly, and alert their resilience partners about them automatically.Read more (PDF)
This about when things go horribly wrong. Who is going to be there, not looking at profits, not looking at how much money you can make out of an organisation? It's about providing the best possible services to ensure that we keep everyone safe, and that we can recover quickly.— Andy Towler, Chief Superintendent
- FAQs about ResilienceDirect
Who can access ResilienceDirect?
This is a private network for category 1 and 2 responders, and other partner organisations approved and sponsored by the Local Resilience Forum (LRF), who work in resilience in either planning, response or recovery.
What does it cost?
ResilienceDirect is free at the point of use.
The Cabinet Office funds the platform. Its business case is built on savings to the public purse.
A key driver of ResilienceDirect is promoting multi-agency working. For this to work, people need to use it.
How to I get access to Resilience Direct?
If your organisation hasn't already joined, sign up on its behalf.
How to I get access to mapping?
Access to Resilience Direct is managed by an administrator in each organisation. If you don't know who to ask, please contact the support desk via email@example.com.