NORMIT is a partnership of private and public sector organisations promoting Resilience and Business Continuity. The NORMIT partnership has approximately 140 member organisations from a diverse range of sectors. These include businesses of all sizes, together with the public sector, emergency services, voluntary organisations, health bodies and utility companies.
This wide spectrum of membership enables the NORMIT Members to access a vast range of Emergency Management and Business Continuity experience and knowledge whilst providing a platform to share best practice and encourage and enhance mutual aid.
NORMIT is facilitated by Norfolk County Council Resilience Team.
To increase resilience in Norfolk through a partnership of business & voluntary sector organisations, and Category 1 & 2 Responders.
- To promote Business Continuity and Emergency Planning;
- To provide a platform to enable the sharing of best practice;
- To support Category 1 & 2 Responders with their responsibilities under the Civil Contingencies Act 2004;
- To encourage other organisations to encompass the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 guidance;
- To provide organisations with specific advice, guidance, training and exercise facilitation as required;
- To promote mutual aid and support between member organisations.
The NORMIT Operational Plan details the activities we endeavour to carry out to achieve the stated objectives. You can download a copy in pdf format by following the link (opens in a new window).
We prepare and publish an annual report giving details of membership, finance, activities and development. The 2012-2013 copy of the Annual Report is now available. Download a copy in pdf format by following the link.
NORMIT offers a range of services.
- Scheduled Training Courses
- Tailored Training
- Emergency Exercise development and facilitation
- Emergency Plan development and auditing
- Business Continuity Seminars
- Annual Preparedness Study Day
- Debrief facilitation
These services are available to any organisation with NORMIT Member organisations being entitled to discounted rates. For more information follow this link to the NORMIT Services page.
Please contact us for a competitive quote and additional information. All services are offered at a substantially discounted rate for NORMIT member organisations.
NORMIT membership is available to any organisation operating within Norfolk who has an interest in Emergency Planning or Business Continuity. Annual membership fees are based on the number of employees and range from £20 to £875 per year.
For more information, follow the link to go to the joining NORMIT page where you can check membership fees, apply on line or download an application form.
With approximately 140 member organisations, we have a vast spectrum of experience and knowledge to share between us. For a list of current NORMIT Member organisations, please go to the Members Page.
Our members can also access the "members only" section of the site where they
can obtain contact details of other members, services and facilities that are
offered, a forum and hot topics page. The page is accessed via this link:
Members Log In
NORMIT is facilitated by Norfolk County Council and the services we provide are carried out by the NORMIT Team and is supported by the wider local authority Emergency Planning Team.
Sarah Alcock is the NORMIT Manager and Debbie Read is the Resilience Officer who supports Sarah with NORMIT, both based at County Hall in Norwich. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01603 222016.
The NORMIT Advisory Board offer guidance and set priorities on the work and services offered to members. The Advisory Board is made up of the organisations shown in the table below.
|Norfolk County Council||Cabinet Member of the Fire and Community Overview and
|East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust||Head of Emergency Preparedness|
|Norfolk Constabulary||Operational Planning Manager|
|Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service||Brigade Manager|
|Borough / District / City Councils||One paid officer elected by those councils|
|Voluntary Sector Representative||Member of the Norfolk Resilience Forum Voluntary Sector Sub Group ~ Currently British Red Cross|
|6 x Private Sector Representatives||Currently: