Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service regularly assesses all foreseeable risks that could affect its operations.
On 16 July 2019, the Suffolk County Council Cabinet considered the final draft of the Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) 2019-2022 (PDF, 3.5MB) along with the findings from the consultation which closed in April 2019, and agreed the IRMP 2019-2022.
In addition to the substantive IRMP itself, the consultation included questions about five specific proposals related to:
- Automatic Fire Alarms and Unwanted Fire Signals
- Response to Road Traffic Collisions
- Shift Patterns
- Specialist Rescue Capabilities
- Speed of Response to Emergency Incidents – Performance Measures
Work on each of the proposals will now take place in the three years through to 2022 and will include further staff engagement as well as being informed by the consultation responses.
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