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The Asian Fire Service Association (AFSA) has been keeping a close eye on the work of Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS) and their inspection of the sector. Lead inspector Zoe Billingham and Johnny Bugg from the Home Office attended the Spring conference in June. They will be attending AFSA conferences in 2020 as well.
AFSA work is strongly aligned to that of HMICFRS and we are determined to ensure that our support of the Fire Service complement the three key questions inspectors asked fire and rescue services:
So, what do we know about the performance of fire and rescue services?
“The Fire and Rescue Service can become effective, efficient and great at looking after its staff. This will require positivity, change and joint working. The AFSA is preparing to play a key role”
In response, the HMICFRS advocates the following two key recommendations:
So, what can the AFSA do?
The Fire and Rescue Service can become effective, efficient and great at looking after its staff. This will require positivity, change and joint working. The AFSA is preparing to play a key role.
Finally, standards, regulations, policy and practice all have a role in delivering safety and mitigating risk, but they also need to be complemented by the incredible power of a commitment to continuous improvement and learning.
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