Your Service – Our Performance
Changing the Service - Shaping our future
The “Changing the Service, shaping the future” program is part of our Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) work. This is an on-going process to improve and transform our service.
Marlie Farm significant findings report
Chief Fire Officer & Chief Executive Des Prichard has made good the promise he made on December 5th 2006 and today, (Wednesday July 27th 2011), East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service publishes its Significant Findings Report.
Operational Assessment & Fire Peer Challenge January 2014
In late January 2014, ESFRS hosted a visit by a Fire & Rescue fire peer challenge team, who were here at our invitation.
Members of the team were knowledgeable about, and experienced in, fire and rescue services and were visiting as 'critical friends'.
The aim of the peer review was to provide external challenge to the self-assessment produced by us against the Operational Assessment (OpA) Toolkit.
On 25 June 2015, a firefighter fell seriously ill while taking part in a training scenario wearing breathing apparatus at our Service Training Centre in Maresfield.
A joint investigation was carried out with the Fire Brigades Union.
Our “Lessons Learned” report sets out the key findings of this investigation.
Public Consultation 2014 (Archived)