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National Guidance for the Provision of Operational Information

Last post 17/01/2010, 2:40 AM by Tracy H. 4 replies.

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  • National Guidance for the Provision of Operational Information

    The first document to be discussed is: National Guidance for the Provision of Operational Information (PDF, 1199kb, 189 pages)

    This guidance looks to assist all Fire and Rescue Services in England by having at their disposal National Guidance to assist them in adopting a common approach to identifying, gathering, analysing, and the subsequent provision of, operational information.

    Please comment below or send your suggestions to operationalguidance@communities.gsi.gov.uk. The moderators for this discussion will be Toma Efejuku and Garry Harney.

    Toma Efejuku (Moderator)

  • 953 in reply to 948
    31/10/2009, 11:41 AM :: Posted by John Hinton (Posts 1)

    Re: National Guidance for the Provision of Operational Information

    This document goes a long way towards creating a consistent approach to collecting and providing operational guidance for all FRSs, I would like to see this consistent approach extended to include guidance on review/reinspection frequencies for sites/premises where operational data is held.

    In particular it would seem wrong to allocate the same reinspection frequency to a building with one very high severity/likelihood score as for one where several very high scores appear.

  • Re: National Guidance for the Provision of Operational Information

    Thank you for your comments on the consultation on National Guidance for Operational Risk Information. Alongside the consultation exercise we are also undertaking a practical review of the guidance, with seven FRS’s actually trialling the 'POISE' model.

    This trial has recently ended and the results, together with the comments resulting from the formal consultation, will be reviewed in early December. Please be assured that all the comments received, together with the results of the trials, will be taken into account during that review.

    Toma Efejuku (Moderator)

  • 963 in reply to 948
    17/12/2009, 3:12 PM :: Posted by Andy Shuttleworth (Posts 1)

    Re: National Guidance for the Provision of Operational Information

    The Scottish Fire and Rescue Advisory Unit supports the provision of the Guidance as a means for allowing individual services flexibility to deal with operational issues in an appropriate manner within their own IRMP while setting a framework for crucial national matters.  In particular the issue of inter-service compatibility regarding all operational matters is vitally important.  However, it is equally important that the same degree of compatibility exists among all English Regions and devolved administrations.
  • 977 in reply to 963
    17/01/2010, 2:40 AM :: Posted by Tracy H (Posts 1)

    Re: National Guidance for the Provision of Operational Information

    Andy Shuttleworth:
    The Scottish Fire and Rescue Advisory Unit supports the provision of the Guidance as a means for allowing individual services flexibility to deal with operational issues in an appropriate manner within their own IRMP while setting a framework for crucial national matters.  In particular the issue of inter-service compatibility regarding all operational matters is vitally important.  However, it is equally important that the same degree of compatibility exists among all English Regions and devolved administrations.
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