Integrated Risk Management is part of the CLG's long-term agenda to modernise the fire service and to improve standards of service delivery at a local level.
Through a dynamic and holistic approach to risk assessment we will deliver a Fire Service focused on the changing needs of our communities with increased emphasis on prevention and community safety.
The concept of risk management has become embedded in and influences all activities undertaken by the Fire Authority and the Fire & Rescue Service.
This means that planning to effectively manage and reduce risks in our communities is at the heart of everything we do.
In promoting our vision of 'Achieving a Safer Community' we are committed to making East Sussex and the City of Brighton & Hove a safer place in which to live, work and visit.
The Fire Authority is seeking to deliver continuous improvement in the services it provides and we will achieve this by investing in our employees, forging strong relationships with a range of partners and valuing diversity.
Consultation results for the 2009/10 - 2011/12 plan
The consultation for the Integrated Risk Management Plan 2009/10 - 2011/12 ended on 18th December 2008. The consultation included the collection of opinions from staff, stakeholders and the public using the following methods:
The Fire Authority approved the plan, with no changes, at their extraordinary meeting on 15th January 2009, (agenda item 301).
Detailed reports of each section of the process are available on request.
The proposed reviews will be undertaken over the next 3 years and further consultation will be carried out during this time.
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