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Merseyside Fire & Rescue Authority seeks your views

Merseyside Fire & Rescue Authority seeks your views


Friday, 15 December 2017

Merseyside Fire & Rescue Authority is responsible for the running of Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service (MFRS) in Merseyside. Members of the Authority work closely with officers from the service to set objectives and develop policies, plans and strategies to ensure that services are delivered in line with these objectives.

One of these plans is the Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) which is completed every 3 years. The current IRMP covers the period 2017-20 and is available by clicking this link:
http://www.merseyfire.gov.uk/aspx/pages/IRMP/IRMP2017-20/IRMP2017.html

The IRMP has been reviewed to assess progress so far and the Authority has produced an update detailing activities we have carried out during 2017 which will be included in the Service Delivery Plan for 2018/19 to be published on the MFRS website by 1st April 2018.

This update is available at this link.

http://www.merseyfire.gov.uk/aspx/pages/IRMP/pdf/IRMP_2017-20_Update_2017.pdf

The Authority would welcome any views that members of the public have on any of the activities we have carried out during 2017 in the update which are contributing to the proposals in our IRMP for 2017/20.

Your comments will help us finalise our Service Plan and give you the opportunity to ensure your voice is heard as we move forward.

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