EPRR annual assurance guidance v2 published June 2019

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Dear NHS England

Under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I am writing to request the following document:

Emergency preparedness, resilience and response annual assurance guidance.
Publishing Approval Reference: 000719
Version number: 2.0
First published: July 2018
Updated: June 2019
Prepared by: Emergency Preparedness Resilience and Response (national)

I cannot find this document in the publications section of NHS England's website, https://www.england.nhs.uk/publication/ .

Yours faithfully

William Wetherell

CONTACTUS, England (NHS ENGLAND - X24), NHS England

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Dear William Wetherall,  

 

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I am writing to request the following document: 

Emergency preparedness, resilience and response annual assurance
guidance. 

Publishing Approval Reference: 000719 

Version number: 2.0 

First published: July 2018 

Updated: June 2019 

Prepared by: Emergency Preparedness Resilience and Response (national) 

I cannot find this document in the publications section of NHS England's
website, 

 

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Dear FOI Team

Re: Request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 Ref: FOI - 2309-2018745 NHSE:0816032

Thank you for this.

Yours faithfully

William Wetherell