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Fire and Rescue Service Community Risk Management Plan 2013-2018 and Action Plan 2013

Welcome to the Consultation for the Fire and Rescue Service Community Risk Management Plan 2012-18 and the 2013 Action Plan.

 

What is a Community Risk Management Plan?

This plan is Oxfordshire County Council’s Fire and Rescue Service’s five year analysis of the county’s community risk profile, together with our strategic approach for how we intend to effectively manage those risks over the period. Government requires us, by law, to regularly produce and review the plan, which is also known as our Strategic Integrated Risk management Plan’.

 

This document looks at the fire and rescue related risks to the safety of the people who live, work, travel and visit Oxfordshire and identifies how we will work with communities, businesses and other partners (such as the police and ambulance services) to:

 ·       Prevent incidents happening in the first place – for example through information and education about how to reduce the risks of fires and road traffic collisions.

 ·       Protect people and property in case incidents do occur – for example through advice to and inspection of businesses and historic buildings.

 ·       Respond and Intervene quickly and effectively when incidents do occur – making sure we have well-trained and equipped firefighters available in the right place and at the right time to resolve emergencies and give assistance when required.

 It also identifies the key risks and challenges facing Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service as an organisation and considers how we will ensure that we maintain a high quality, effective and value-for-money service in to the future.

 As a listening and learning organisation, it has been developed following discussions with a cross-section of the public and our own firefighters, incorporating their priorities, ideas and suggestions.

 

Who is this plan for?

This plan is aimed at all those with an interest in the safety of Oxfordshire, including :

  • Our communities
  • Businesses in the county
  • Voluntary, community and faith groups
  • Firefighters who serve and protect Oxfordshire
  • Other emergency service providers, such as the police and ambulance services
  • Health and social care professionals
  • Trading standards, environmental health and road safety professionals
  • Councillors and senior managers of the county, district, town and parish councils

Please help us to be the best Fire and Rescue Service we can be.

This consultation has now closed.

Consultation Documents

Consultation Summary

NameFire and Rescue Service Community Risk Management Plan 2013-2018 and Action Plan 2013
DescriptionThis is the 2013-18 Fire and Rescue Service plan for the safer future of Oxfordshire. This plan looks at how we respond to emergencies and prevent risks in the home, at work, whilst travelling, in Heritage buildings and from extreme events. It is accommpanied by our action plan, stating how we will achieve this.
DatesFrom 19 Nov 2012 at 08:00 to 18 Feb 2013 at 17:00. The results were published on 01 Mar 2013.
StatusClosed
Contact NameChris Wilson
Contact Email Addressirmpteam@oxfordshire.gov.uk
Contact Phone Number01865842999
Contact Postal AddressOxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service HQ
Sterling Road
Kidlington
Oxon
OX5 2DU
Contact Details

Consultation TopicFire & public safety
Target AudienceOxfordshire residents, Children , Young people , Families and parents, Older people , Carers, Black and minority ethnic people, People with a learning disability, People with a physical disability, People with a sensory disability , People with mental health issues, Councillors, Businesses, Public sector organisations, Schools, Voluntary organisations and community groups, Staff
Geographical AreaBanbury, Bicester, Kidlington and Yarnton, Oxford City, Benson, Berinsfield and Wallingford, Chalgrove, Thame Watlington and Wheatley, Goring and Henley, Didcot, Abingdon, Faringdon, Grove and Wantage, Burford and Carterton, Charlbury, Chipping Norton and Woodstock, Witney