Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department FY 2008 – FY 2010 Strategic Plan.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department FY 2008 – FY 2010 Strategic Plan."— Presentation transcript:

1 Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department FY 2008 – FY 2010 Strategic Plan

2 1 Table of Contents Fire and Rescue Department’s Vision and Mission ……………………………………………... 2 Fire and Rescue Department’s Core Values …………………………………………………….3 Fire and Rescue Department’s Strategic Objectives ……………………………………………4 FY 2008 – FY 2010 Strategic Objectives with Strategic Initiatives:  Strategic Objective # 1 - Service Delivery.………………………………………… …5  Strategic Objective # 2 – Influence Public Policy………....………………………………...6  Strategic Objective # 3 - Education and Training…………………………………………..7  Strategic Objective # 4 - Health and Safety………………………………………………8  Strategic Objective # 5 - Diversify Workforce ….……………………………………….. 9  Strategic Objective # 6 - Organizational Effectiveness……………………………… Participants in development of Strategic Plan………………………………………..………. 12

3 2 The Fire and Rescue Department’s strategic plan consists of the department’s vision and mission statements, core values and strategic objectives. These elements provide a consistent framework for all planning decisions, actions, and long-range initiatives. An effective vision statement defines what the organization is striving to become. The mission statement describes the role of the organization. The core values are the beliefs and principles that explain how employees will act and make decisions. The strategic objectives are action-oriented statements that describe how the organization will achieve its mission. Vision Dedicated to being the best community-focused fire and rescue department ensuring a safe and secure environment for all. Mission Provide the highest quality services to protect the lives, property, and environment of our community. Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department

4 3 Professional Excellence We believe the pursuit of excellence and demonstrating high professional standards are critical to our work. To ensure the best possible service for our community, the Fire and Rescue Department supports continuous training and encourages professional development. Health and Safety We believe our health and safety are essential to fulfilling the Fire and Rescue Department’s mission. We are committed to providing the best health and safety programs for our members’ well-being and operational readiness. Diversity We know Fairfax County is a diverse community, and we commit to meeting its ever-changing needs. We are dedicated to reflecting and respecting that diversity throughout our organization. We will respect the diversity of our community by providing compassionate and quality service to all. Teamwork and Shared Leadership We know well-functioning teams of people are more effective than individuals working separately; our lives depend on it. We believe individuals have the capacity to lead, and our organization values leadership at all levels. Teamwork and shared leadership are integral to our organization, and we will seek out and value the opinions of our members. Effective Communication We believe communication is essential to the cohesiveness and performance of our organization. We are committed to providing effective and responsive means of communication throughout the organization and the community. Integrity We understand the trust placed in us by the public and our colleagues is integral to the performance of our duties. We are committed to honest and ethical behavior, and we will hold ourselves accountable to these values. Community Service and Involvement We believe we have a duty to be involved in the communities where we work. Our responsibility is to protect life, property, and the environment. We are committed to fulfilling our responsibility and to deepening our involvement in the community we serve. No request or inquiry will go unanswered. Innovation We recognize and understand that the constancy of change in our community and industry impacts our business daily. We are committed to seeking out and implementing innovative and progressive thinking to address change effectively to benefit those we serve. Fire and Rescue Department’s Core Values

5 4  Develop and deliver the highest quality medical, fire suppression, technical rescue, hazardous materials, water rescue, life safety education, fire prevention and investigation services.  Maintain a leadership role in local, state, and national public safety initiatives.  Ensure workforce readiness and leadership development by providing innovative education and training programs.  Ensure workforce health and safety by developing and maintaining effective programs and policies.  Reflect the community we serve by recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce.  Increase organizational effectiveness by developing and maintaining capacity of facilities, apparatus, equipment and technology; and improving internal processes. Fire and Rescue Department’s Strategic Objectives

6 5 Develop and deliver the highest quality medical, fire suppression, technical rescue, hazardous materials, water rescue, life safety education, fire prevention and investigation services. Strategic Objective # 1 – Service Delivery 1.1 Evaluate EMS service delivery needs for the community and restructure or define a service model to fit those needs. Lead: AC Dave Rohr PM: DC Christine Woodard FY Develop and evaluate a Standards of Response Coverage to analyze performance and to determine future service delivery configurations. Lead: AC Daryl Louder PM: Laurie Stone FY08 – FY Continue implementation of plan for fire prevention training and education to operations personnel, the construction industry, and vendors. Lead: AC Daryl Louder PM: BC Keith Johnson FY08 – FY Prepare a comprehensive update of the department’s Staffing Needs Analysis. Lead: AC John Caussin PM: Toni Garcia Asst PM: Kim Panzer FY08 – FY09 Strategic Initiative Lead/Project Manager (PM) Timing

7 6 Maintain a leadership role in local, state, and national public safety initiatives. Strategic Objective # 2 – Influence Public Policy 2.1 Continue to actively influence the development of codes and standards as well as participate in local, state, and national regulatory agencies and legislative committees.  Participate in the International Code Council (ICC)  Develop a succession plan for representatives to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA)  Participate in the National Highway & Traffic Safety Administration – Office of Emergency Medical Services (NHTSA-EMS)  Develop a strategy to have residential sprinklers built in all new homes Lead: AC Daryl Louder PM: DC Derek Baker FY08 - FY Initiate a Citizens Advisory Committee. Lead: FC Ron Mastin PM: TBD FY09 - FY10 Strategic Initiative Lead/Project Manager (PM) Timing

8 7 Ensure workforce readiness and leadership development by providing innovative education and training programs. Strategic Objective # 3 – Education and Training 3.1 Continue to analyze training curriculum and delivery methods and begin implementation of recommendations for training models. Lead: AC Dave Rohr PM: Teri Caswell FY Maintain and enhance a mentorship program for leadership development. Lead: AC John Caussin PM: DC Garrett Dyer FY08 - FY10 Strategic Initiative Lead/Project Manager (PM) Timing

9 * Combined with Strategic Initiative Ensure workforce health and safety by developing and maintaining effective programs and policies. Strategic Objective # 4 – Health and Safety 4.1 Continue to enhance the department’s Health and Wellness program to maintain and improve employee health and wellness.  Improve the Peer Fitness Program.  Fully implement the IAFF Wellness/Fitness Initiative.  Institute department PT program reporting. Lead: AC John Caussin PM: DC Kevin Kincaid FY08 – FY * Continue development and implementation of a phased-in safe staffing plan to include:  4 th person on trucks  2 nd safety officers  command aides Lead: AC John Caussin PM: Toni Garcia Asst PM: Kim Panzer FY08 - FY10 Strategic Initiative Lead/Project Manager (PM) Timing

10 9 Reflect the community we serve by recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce. Strategic Objective # 5 – Diversify Workforce 5.1 Analyze retention and attrition trends. Lead: AC John Caussin PM: Toni Garcia Asst PM: Capt. Sandy Caple FY Develop a marketing-oriented strategy to recruit a diverse workforce to sustain a combination Fire and Rescue Department.  Develop an incentive program for employees to recruit a diverse workforce.  Increase targeted advertising aimed at recruiting a diverse workforce.  Increase staff in recruitment section dedicated to local and distant recruiting.  Research and analyze programs such as the Police Cadet Program and partnering with High School programs. Lead: AC John Caussin PM: Capt. Cheri Stroup Asst PM: Jeff Katz FY08- FY10 Strategic Initiative Lead/Project Manager (PM) Timing

11 10 Increase organizational effectiveness by developing and maintaining capacity of facilities, apparatus, equipment and technology; and improving internal processes. Strategic Objective # 6 – Organizational Effectiveness 6.1 Implement the top three recommendations from the Ludwig Study. 1. Execute Volunteer Agreements 2. Update Volunteer Utilization Plan 3. Redefine role of Volunteer Fire Commission Lead: AC John Caussin PM: Jeff Katz FY08- FY Integration and utilization of new CAD/RMS system to replace Altaris. Lead: AC Daryl Louder PM: BC Dean Cox FY08- FY Design and develop a FRD centralized training data and records management system. Lead: AC Daryl Louder PM: Mike McElroy FY08- FY Address Logistics Distribution Center infrastructure to expand and upgrade to meet future needs. Lead: AC Daryl Louder PM: DC Andrew Snead FY08- FY09 Strategic Initiative Lead/Project Manager (PM) Timing

12 11 Increase organizational effectiveness by developing and maintaining capacity of facilities, apparatus, equipment and technology; and improving internal processes. Strategic Objective # 6 – Organizational Effectiveness 6.5 Research and develop criteria for an urban fire station design to include in the Fire Station Design Manual. Lead: AC Daryl Louder PM: Diana Imlay FY08 – FY Increase capacity and renovate the training academy. Lead: AC Daryl Louder PM: Diana Imlay FY08- FY Determine the department’s functional and facility needs and requirements for a new Public Safety Headquarters building. Lead: AC Daryl Louder PM: DC Dave McKernan Asst PM: Laurie Stone FY08- FY Develop a business plan for a knowledge management system for departmental information with electronic capability for archiving and retrieving data. Lead: FC Ron Mastin PM: Teri Caswell FY Redesign department’s performance measures. Lead: FC Ron Mastin PM: Laurie Stone FY08 - FY09 Strategic Initiative Lead/Project Manager (PM) Timing

13 12 The following individuals participated in the development of the FY 2008 – FY 2010 Strategic Plan through their participation in the department’s annual planning retreat on June 1, Beth Adams Mike Deli Kevin Kincaid Cathy Schultz-Rinehart Bill Atwell Duane Dodwell Kim Klaren Dan Shaw Dereck Baker Garrett Dyer Tony Kostecka Andrew Snead Anthony Barrero Stan Earl Reggie Lassiter Kathleen Stanley Edie Beitzel Felecia Edwards George Loayza Laurie Stone William "Buck" Best Colin Flanigan Daryl Louder Cheri Stroup Don Brasfield Tim Fleming Mike McElroy Christopher Tilles Ed Brinkley Ramiro Galvez Francis Mensah Rodney Vaughan John Burke William Garrett Richard Merrell Kristine Wallace Carlton Burkhammer Ben Gibson Bob Mizer Lee Warner Earl Burroughs Jared Goff Mike Mohler Chester Waters Glenn Bydume Sarah Goldman Keith Morrison Jerome Williams Sandra Caple Danny Gray John Niemiec Mike Wood Raul Castillo Barry Harlowe Kim Panzer Christine Woodard Teri Caswell David Hessler Alan Pearson Elton Wright John Caussin Camilla Hollenbeck Dana Powers Tim Young MaryAnn Combs Gregory Hunter Rick Roatch Richard Yuras Shirley Crawley Diana Imlay David Rohr Bobby Zoldos Yvonne Dabney Reginald Johnson Chuck Ryan Marc Davidson Thomas Johnson Chris Schaff Individuals in Italics are members of the Planning Leadership Team. Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department


Download ppt "Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department FY 2008 – FY 2010 Strategic Plan."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google