Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service regularly assesses all foreseeable risks that could affect its operations. The draft Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) 2019-2022 and the proposals went to the County Council Cabinet on Tuesday 19 January 2019 and we are now consulting on these proposals.
We are now asking the public for views on how it manages the risks it faces across the county. This eight-week consultation is part of a statutory process, with information feeding into the fire service’s Integrated Risk Management Plan for the next three years (2019 to 2022); essentially a plan for how it provides its services.
We would like as many people and organisations in Suffolk to review our IRMP and comment on the proposals providing us with feedback. This feedback will be taken into account and will help shape our final Integrated Risk Management Plan 2019 – 2022.
There are five areas within the IRMP which we are seeking feedback on. These are:
- 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
The consultation will be open until 5pm on 7 April 2019