ECFR Public Consultation 2019

Posted on: September 23, 2019

“We need your views on how the future priorities of Essex County Fire and Rescue Service are delivered.

While our primary focus will always be to prevent emergencies and protect our most vulnerable residents, this consultation is your chance to tell us what matters to you and what approach you think we should take.

Our consultation gives anyone who lives, works or travels in Essex the chance to have their say on seven proposals.

The responses we get from this consultation will enable us to develop an Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) in the new year. An IRMP is a plan that assesses fire and rescue related risk and sets out how we plan to lessen these risks to ensure we deliver the right resources at the right time, in the right place.

The consultation period on our seven proposals began on Monday 23 September and will run until 5pm on Friday 13 December 2019.

Before you take part in the consultation we recommend reading our supporting IRMP consultation 2019 document to help you understand the reasoning and background behind each proposal.”

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Author: Steering Member
Categories: Consultations, Opportunities

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