Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) for 2014/15
Cheshire Fire Authority published the Integrated Risk Management (IRMP) for 2014/15 in March 2014.
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.
This plan contained a list of proposals and plans for Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service for 2014 - 15. Please use the link below to view a the Integrated Risk Management Plan for 2014/15:
Integrated Risk Management for 2014/15 (new window, PDF 1455KB)
New fire stations
The plan outlined the proposals to build four new fire stations.
To find out more about these four fire stations, please use the links below:
A comprehensive programme of public, staff and partner consultation took place over a 12-week period between September 2013 and December 2013. Please use the link below to view the consultation report:
Consultation report for 2014/15 (new window, PDF 4977KB)
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. The results of this review are detailed in the PESTELO analysis report. The PESTELO (Political, Economic, Sociological, Technical, Legal, Environmental and Organisational) analysis report is updated annually.
Here is a copy of the PESTELO analysis report:
The PESTELO (Political, Economic, Sociological, Technical, Legal, Environmental and Organisational) analysis report (new window, PDF 5932KB)
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Last updated: Wednesday 14 December 2016