Please see, below, a consultation release:

Share your views on the WFRS draft Prevention, Protection and Response Strategy 

The formal consultation of WFRS’s draft Prevention, Protection and Response Strategy will close in a few weeks on 25 September. So if you haven’t already done so, please take 10 minutes to give them your views on their plans and priorities.  

Every one of us wants to know that WFRS will be there for us in an emergency. But they also have responsibilities to prevent accidents and emergencies from happening in the first place and to protect us by ensuring the buildings in which we live and work are safe. This strategy sets out how they will balance these different priorities and deliver what the Warwickshire communities need to be kept safe, whilst also looking after the people that work for them.   

A consultation like this is a great opportunity for you to contribute to their plans and approach, to share what is important to you and what you think they should be spending their time doing.   

Complete the consultation here.   

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Last chance! There’s just a few weeks left to give Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service (WFRS) your feedback on their future plans and priorities.  

Everyone wants to know that WFRS will be there for them in an emergency. But WFRS also has responsibilities to prevent accidents and emergencies from happening in the first place and to protect people by ensuring the buildings in which they live and work are safe. So, their primary focus will always be to keep Warwickshire safe, through prevention, protection and response.   

This consultation is a chance to tell WFRS what matters most to you and what approach they should take. They’re especially keen to hear from Warwickshire businesses, large and small, given their role to protect all types of commercial and other premises.   

To learn more about the strategy and consultation, watch our series of short videos here.   

The consultation can be completed here and will close on 25 September.  

 

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