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… Terrorism (ACT) campaigns.  The campaign aims to:  Make the public aware of how we can all play our part in defeating … materials The campaign is aimed at: Adults visiting summer events and crowded places  Workforce in key sectors … doesn’t feel right Instil confidence in the general public i.e.  Trust your instincts You won’t be wasting our …
… to stay alert as they enjoy a winter season full of festive events and activities with family and friends. The terror … this could include: digital screens at your sites (public facing and back of house);  posters to print and display at your sites (public facing and back of house); posts on your social media …
… report anything they see that doesn’t feel right  Increase public awareness of how to report Increase public confidence in knowing the signs to spot Reassure the … of the King and The Queen Consort will be celebrated with events across the country between 6 – 8 May. This includes …
… what channels you have available, this could include:  your public-facing channels, such as your website, your safety … around your event;   posters to print and display at your events;  posts on your social media channels;   stories for … use.    Think about how you can use the content across your public and internal-facing communications channels (online …
… and ACT Awareness e-Learning within your organisation or publicly. … Since launching ProtectUK, your support has been …
Public messaging, developed with behavioral scientists … across the initial response and beyond. It is endorsed by Public Health England (now the UK Health Security Agency - … reflecting CBRN communications best practice to ensure the public know how immediately protect themselves and others in …