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1 DAY CREWING PLUS PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION GM Phil Cox

2 PRESENTATION CONTENTS DCP stations selection DCP overview of system proposed Implementation of system Construction of accommodation

3 DAY CREWING PLUS SYSTEM Target - W/T fire appliances with limited risk and activity No minimum/maximum activity figure set ECR identified a number of stations

4 PROPOSED DAY CREWING SYSTEM STATIONS

5 DCP STATION ACTIVITY ALL MOBILISATIONS 2006/09 (Over 3 years) W/T Fire Engine Own Stn AreaOther Stn AreaOverall Total Avg per yearTotal Avg per yearTotal Avg per year Pen’tham Darwen Fleetwood Raw’stall Bispham St. Annes

6 PROPOSED STATIONS ACTIVITY MOBILISATIONS IN STANDBY HOURS 2006/09 (MIDNIGHT TO 7AM) W/T Fire Engine Own Stn AreaOther Stn AreaOverall Total Avg per yearTotal Avg per yearTotal Avg per year Pen’tham Darwen Fleetwood Raw’stall Bispham St. Annes

7 PROPOSED STATIONS ACTIVITY CRITICAL INCIDENT MOBILISATIONS IN STANDBY HOURS 2006/09 (MIDNIGHT TO 7AM) W/T Fire Engine Own Stn AreaOther Stn AreaOverall Total Avg per yearTotal Avg per yearTotal Avg per year Pen’tham Darwen Fleetwood Raw’stall Bispham St.Annes

8 PROPOSED STATIONS ACTIVITY Activity related –Busiest DCP station: 777 mobilisations per annum –Busiest station: midnight – 7 o’clock: 139 mobilisations per annum –Busiest station: critical incidents – 241 mobilisations per annum –Busiest station: critical incidents midnight - 7 o’clock: 46 mobilisations per annum

9 DAY CREWING PLUS SYSTEM PROPOSAL

10 OVERVIEW DCP CREWING SYSTEM Looked at other services, MFRS particularly System of ‘positive’ and ‘standby’ hours: 42 positive, 42 standby per week (average) Positive 12-hours shifts during day - standby on nights from purpose built accommodation within station grounds – shift = 24hrs 14 staff rather than 28 – provision for 5 riders Response times same = no change for the public

11 DCP OVERVIEW Voluntary participation – – no redundancy, adjustment by natural wastage –opportunity to transfer to alternative station Voluntary participation - significant financial incentive to work DCP system Self-rostering system – requirement to work specific number of shifts over defined period

12 DCP OVERVIEW 33% individual FF productivity gain for training, CFS etc Reduction of 14 staff per station - cost savings up to £400K per pump One-off capital costs for accommodation etc

13 DCP OVERVIEW Phased implementation 6-month pilot – two from three stations i.e. St.Annes, Penwortham and Rawtenstall

14 DCP STAFFING Provision for 5 riders One watch only 14 staff -1 x WM ‘B’ -2 x Crew Managers -11 Firefighters ‘Positive’ shifts = potentially more than five on duty (run with up to 8 for training) ‘Standby’ periods = maximum of five on duty

15 DCP DUTY REQUIREMENTS 182 ‘positive’ shifts per annum - before leave/PHs/training taken into account (actual = 148) Up to 182 ‘standby’ periods per annum Positive shifts: indicative 0800 – 2000 start/finish including meal breaks Standby periods 2000 – 0800 Shifts start at 08:00

16 DCP DUTY REQUIREMENTS 14 ‘positive’ shifts in each four week block Up to 14 ‘standby’ periods in each four week block Rota for each four week fully populated (1,2 & 3 preference group) – A/L populated for year No more than five consecutive shifts followed by minimum of two days free from duty (Grey Book) Duty periods flexible in accordance with station/personal needs

17 DCP DUTY REQUIREMENTS ‘ Positive’ shifts: work on station the same as currently ‘Standby’ periods from provided accommodation: emergency response and related activity only

18 DCP REMUNERATION DCP allowance equivalent to 32% of basic rate Allowance non-pensionable Allowance only payable whilst working DCP Allowance lost after four weeks sickness unless as a result of service injury

19 DCP REMUNERATION DAY CREWING SYSTEM REMUNERATION 2009/10 ROLEBASIC SALARY DCP ALLOWANCE CPDTOTAL REMUNERATION WATCH MANAGER ‘B’ £34,961*£10,855£663£46,479 CREW MANAGER £31,263£9,707£663£41,633 FIREFIGHTER£28,199£8,755£663£37,617 * Based on non-pay protected rate

20 NEXT STEPS Negotiations with FBU undertaken Initial expressions of staff interest - October CFA decision yes/no – Dec 14 th Commence implementation - January 2010 –Construction Penwortham started 4 th Jan –Penwortham completed March 12th

21 NEXT STEPS Penwortham Go Live – 1 st April 2010 St Annes Go Live - 1 st July months pilot used to report progress and evaluate any options for amending prior to future role out.

22 LOCAL AUTHORITY PLANNING & CONSTRUCTION

23 Local Authority Planning LFRS had 6 different planning authorities to deal with. Builds consisted of:- 1 x Conversion 5 x New Build (facilities same - building bespoke - costs)

24 Accommodation Accommodation - Five en-suite rooms - TV/Internet facilities - Communal kitchen and lounge - Disabled access - Family visits permitted

25 Construction Buildings timber framed Rooms based on travelodge style Full AFD & sprinkler system installed BREEM rating (good – v, good) Initial Tender included PQQ (to save time in future)

26 Thank You


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