§ 42. Rev. Llywelyn Williams
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what Civil Defence training manuals are now available; and when they were issued to Civil Defence Corps authorities.
§ Mr. de Freitas
With my hon. Friend's permission, as the answer is long, I will circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
§ Mr. de Freitas
All except one, which is restricted, can be bought at newsagents or at the Stationery Office.
§ Following is the answer:
§ The Civil Defence training publications available to Civil Defence Corps authorities and the dates on which they were issued are as follows:
§ Manual of Basic Training (Volume 1)—(Organisation, General Training and War Duties)
§ Pamphlet No. 1 Ambulance Section—Issued 25th January, 1951.
§ Pamphlet No. 2 Welfare Section—Issued 6th July, 1951.
§ Pamphlet No. 3 Warden Section—Issued 15th June, 1951.
§ Manual of Basic Training (Volume II)—
§ Pamphlet No. 1 Basic Chemical Warfare—Issued 16th August, 1949.
§ Pamphlet No. 2 Basic Fire Fighting—Issued 16th August, 1949.
§ Pamphlet No. 3 Basic First Aid—Issued 16th August, 1949.
§ Pamphlet No. 4 Basic Rescue—Issued 8th February, 1950.
§ Pamphlet No. 5 Basic Methods of Protection against High Explosive Missiles—Issued 23rd February, 1950.
§ Pamphlet No. 6 Atomic Warfare—Issued 26th July, 1950.
§ First Aid Manual—Issued30th January, 1951.
§ Training Memoranda
§ No. 1 Training Plan—Issued 23rd November, 1949.
§ No. 2 Initial Training of Volunteers—Issued 23rd November, 1949.
§ No. 2a initial Training of Volunteers (Full Rescue and Full First Aid Syllabuses)—Issued 15th July, 1950.
§ *No. 4 Aircraft Weapons and Trend of Development—Issued 26th July, 1950.
§ No. 5 Further Training of Volunteers and Notes for Heads of Sections Leaders and Instructors—Issued 8th May, 1951.
§ *Restricted—obtainable from H.M.S.O. only on written application by clerk to a local authority, chief constable or chief officer of a fire brigade.