NFRS refreshes the Strategic plan for the next two years

01/04/2020

A new refreshed version of the Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service Strategic Plan 2019 - 2022 has been published today (1 April 2020).

The plan sets out how the Service is going to ensure its vision of creating safer communities is achieved, by setting out the direction and the priorities of the Service for the years ahead. It also outlines how NFRS will meet the Fire and Rescue National Framework for England which sets out the Government’s expectations and responsibilities for fire and rescue services.  

The strategic plan highlights important NFRS objectives including: maintaining and supporting the workforce, improving upon previous achievements, reducing impact on the environment, and investing in new technologies, whilst making sure that services are tailored to meet the needs of our communities through promoting equality and diversity. 

The 2019-2022 plan has been refreshed to reflect feedback from the recent HMICFRS report, the appointment of a new Fire Authority Chair, and to build upon previous Service achievements.

Chief Fire Officer, John Buckley said: "It is pleasing to see that we have made great progress in all of our objectives; however, we know there is still work to be done to increase efficiencies, maintain our high-quality services and our strong governance and financial sustainability, and ensure that our workforce remains engaged and motivated. 

"We look forward to building on the aims and actions set out in the plan to provide you with a safer Nottinghamshire for the next three years and beyond." 

To read the strategic plan please click here:  https://www.notts-fire.gov.uk/about/vision-and-values


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