Integrated Risk Management (IRMP) for 2013/14
Cheshire Fire Authority published the Integrated Risk Management (IRMP) for 2013/14 in March 2013.
Every year Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service create a plan, called the Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP). This plan is about improving public safety, reducing the number of emergency incidents and saving lives.
Plesae use the link below to view a copy of the Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) for 2013/14:
Integrated Risk Management Plan for 2013/14 (new window, PDF 1726KB)
Here is a summary of the plan:
IRMP - summary of the plan (new window, PDF 623KB)
A comprehensive programme of public, staff and partner consultation took place over a 12-week period between 24th September 2012 and 17th December 2012.
A consultation report has now been produced:
IRMP 2013/14 - full consultation report (new window, PDF 3765KB)
(1) PESTLE analysis report - As part of the Fire Authority's future planning it carries out a detailed review to highlight issues which could have an impact on the organisation's services in the future. This PESTLE (Political, Economic, Sociological, Technical, Legal and Environmental) analysis report is updated annually.
PESTLE (new window, PDF 479KB)
(2) Fire stations profile document - This is a reference document which provides factual profiles of all 24 fire stations under the responsibility of the Cheshire Fire Authority.
Fire stations profile document (new window PDF 1.5 mb)
(3) Equality Impact Assessments (EIA) - The Service has a duty to consider the impact of proposals on both residents and staff.
Draft EIA - Building of new stations (new window 142 kb)
Draft EIA - Change of duty systems (new window 150 kb)
Draft EIA - Rearrangement of resources (new window 169 kb) (new window 169 kb)
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