By law, Norfolk's Fire and Rescue Service has to produce an Integrated Risk Management Plan, or IRMP for short. This sets out how we will achieve our goals of improving public safety, reducing the number of emergency incidents and saving lives.
We have developed a draft plan for 2020-2023. In it we set out the changes we predict in community risks and how we plan to deal with these.
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Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service’s Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) sets out our vision for the fire and rescue service and how we will achieve this.
The plan is a complete review of fire and rescue provision in Norfolk. We have analysed the most significant risks to people and buildings in our county and have identified how we intend to respond to those risks within the budget and the resources we are given.
We consulted on a draft plan from October 2015 to January 2016 and considered all the responses received. Elected members made decisions about which proposals to adopt and our current IRMP (below) was approved in February 2016.