The purpose of this survey is to assist with the current consultation on our Draft Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) for 2021 - 2024. 

We value your opinion and it will be greatly appreciated if you could complete the below survey which should take you no longer than 15 minutes.

If you have any problems with accessing this survey please email consultation2@merseyfire.gov.uk

Please respond to this survey by 24th May 2021, which is when our consultation ends.

All fire and rescue authorities are required to produce a medium term plan that sets out the ways in which they will identify and deal with local risks and challenges. We published our current two year IRMP Supplement in July 2019.

This IRMP 2021-24 meets the Authority’s legal responsibility, but more importantly outlines how we plan to use our resources to respond to emergencies, improve our services and reduce the risks facing our communities.

Our IRMP 2021-24 is produced against a backdrop of continued financial uncertainty for fire and rescue services following financial challenges extending back to 2004. That said, our Draft IRMP sets out how we propose to build on our 2019-21 IRMP Supplement and continue to put resources back into our frontline services to improve outcomes for our communities and deliver against our Mission:

Safer, stronger communities -
Safe, effective firefighters

When developing our Draft IRMP we have considered the impact of the risks in Merseyside, the demand for our emergency services and the vulnerability of the people and places that make up our communities. We hope that the information we provide will explain why our proposals are important to us and how they will help us improve outcomes for Merseyside.

Full details of how we propose to deal with Risk, Demand and Vulnerability and our IRMP proposals are available on our website. View the Draft Integrated Risk Management Plan 2021-2024 here.
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