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The Scottish Government Resilience Room (SGoRR; prior to February 2008 called the Scottish Government Emergency Room or SEER, from the former name Scottish Executive Emergency Room) is a coordination facility of the Scottish Government that is activated in cases of national emergency or crisis, or during events abroad with major implications for the United Kingdom.
A meeting in SEER was held on the 1 July 2007 due to the terrorist attack on Glasgow Airport.
It is the Scottish equivalent of the Cabinet Office Briefing Rooms in Whitehall.
Scottish Government Resilience Room Wikipedia
The Scottish Government Resilience Room is run by a sub-committee of the Cabinet: Membership: Cabinet Secretary for Justice (Convener), the Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Sustainable Growth, the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and the Environment and the Lord Advocate.