Our Community Risk Management Plan explains the risks within our communities and the things we do to help manage and reduce those risks, including the standards you can expect from us when we respond to emergency incidents.
The consultation will focus on asking for your views, thoughts and comments about your local fire service and the direction we’re planning to help keep communities across the Humber region safe.
In recent years, we have seen an increase in the number of grassland fires and flooding incidents, and we want to know the concerns you may have and how we can provide more advice and support to help keep you safe.
It’s important for us to demonstrate the career opportunities and benefits of working for us. We’re asking for feedback on whether a career in the fire service is considered a good choice and if there are any misconceptions about the roles and who we employ.
Chief Fire Officer, Phil Shillito, said “Our staff are committed to keeping you and your family safe. The Community Risk Management Plan is integral to the services we deliver, and we are always looking for ways to ask questions and listen to our community's feedback to ensure we are delivering a quality service.
“Your feedback during this public consultation will play a vital role in shaping our Community Risk Management Plan, how we plan to keep people who live, work and visit the region safe.”
The consultation is open until 12 noon on 21 April 2023.
For more information on the public consultation and how to take part, please visit the consultation area on our website, click here.
To read our current Community Risk Management Plan, click here.
Feedback will be presented at a Fire Authority meeting later in 2023.