Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue has a number of plans that are designed to ensure we can deliver our mission of ‘Making Lincolnshire a safer place to live, work and visit.’ Our key planning publications include:
Integrated Risk Management Planning Baseline Document
Integrated Risk Management Planning (IRMP) is a holistic and flexible process that enables Fire and Rescue Authorities to identify, measure and mitigate the social and economic impact of fires and other emergencies. It’s application helps to ensure we are well-positioned to meet the duties and responsibilities placed on us by Government and to deliver services to our communities that are properly-focused on reducing risks. We produce a three-year IRMP Baseline Document, which outlines our assessment of key risks and the strategies we will adopt to mitigate those risks. It forms part of our overall IRMP process and provides the foundation on which to develop further detailed plans. Our revised IRMP Baseline Document 2013 - 2016 has recently been published and can be found below.
Service Plan (IRMP Annual Action Plan)
Our Service Plan provides the detail on how we deliver our strategies. It outlines our key objectives and priorities and is the mechanism by which we manage our performance. It shows how we contribute to the achievement of the wider county vision and is updated annually to reflect any changes in our priorities. Our 2012/13 Service Plan is available below.
IRMP Consultation Document
Our IRMP Consultation Document allows us to seek the views and opinions of our stakeholders on any proposed key changes to service delivery. Following consultation, actions are included in our annual Service Plan as appropriate.
We have recently closed our 2013/14 consultation, which sought views on our Service priorities for this year and the IRMP Baseline document 2013 - 2016 alluded to above. For reference, a copy of the 2013/14 Consultation Document can be found below along with a copy of the report detailing the feedback from the consultation. We would like to thank everyone who responded to the consultation.
Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue regularly monitors their progress on all their community safety activity.
In April 2009 the Audit Commission introduced a new framework for the assessment of fire and rescue.