Presentation on theme: "STAFF BRIEFING PERFORMANCE REPORT AND ACTION PLAN 2012."— Presentation transcript:
STAFF BRIEFING PERFORMANCE REPORT AND ACTION PLAN 2012
CONTENT Brief overview of CFA and LFRS Community Right to Challenge Came into force in June 2012 and forms part of the Localism Act 2011. Allows qualifying groups to express an interest in providing services (including those of the fire and rescue service). Qualifying groups include community and voluntary organisations, parish councils and groups of 2 or more employees. Performance in 2011/12 - Key performance indicator (KPI) outcomes - Financial report and look forward Summary: another very strong year with improvement across the majority of Key Performance Indicators. Financially, all aspects delivered alongside lowest ever council tax charge. Challenges for medium term highlighted as a result of estimated reductions in government funding resulting in a potential funding gap of between £5m and £9m by 2015.
CONTENT Risk in Lancashire - update showing variety of risk and changing profile across Lancashire - detail provided at District/Unitary level to allow for comparison Action Plan - summary information on major LFRS projects and link to further information Specific proposals for consultation
DCP duty system Emergency Cover Review was scheduled to report in 2012 Work undertaken to assess operational activity levels etc. Uncertainty surrounding level of government funding for 2013-15 (potential funding gap of between £5m and £9m by March 2015) Full review postponed until 2013 Still need to pre-plan Potential identified to expand DCP duty system
DCP duty system Activity of original DCP stations in 2009 Station Overall annual activity averagesCritical incident annual activity averages Overall8pm to 8am Midnight to 7am Overall8pm to 8am Midnight to 7am 2006-09 Bispham7453171392419646 Fleetwood7092931091806529 St Annes498191811786433 Penwortham7773051261886726 Rawtenstall551228891516630 Darwen7223071141927231
DCP duty system Activity of potential DCP stations in 2012 Station Overall annual activity averagesCritical incident annual activity averages Overall8pm to 8am Midnight to 7am Overall8pm to 8am Midnight to 7am 2009-12 Morecambe6532731071465324 South Shore8693581532368941 Bamber Bridge6702641122068239 Chorley8153081251786729 Skelmersdale8883571271475725 Nelson7473181291998344 Activity is within the range of that seen in the station areas of the original DCP stations in 2009
DCP duty system 2009 critical fire risk in original DCP station areas Station Very High HighMediumLow Penwortham021025 Darwen041113 Fleetwood351119 Rawtenstall1487 Bispham261223 St Annes01616 2012 critical fire risk in potential DCP station areas Station Very High HighMediumLow Bamber Bridge 02818 Morecambe331315 Nelson041613 Chorley271231 Skelmersdale56913 South Shore411149 The range of Critical Fire Risk is similar to that seen in the station areas of the original DCP stations in 2009
Proposal Consider expanding the DCP system to some, or all, of the additional 6 stations identified. The number and locations of those selected along with any timescales for implementation will be determined as part of the consultation process. It is anticipated 2 stations will be implemented in 2013-14. DCP duty system
Implications Staffing Reduction in 14 WT posts per station Costs One off capital expenditure of approx £500k per station Revenue savings of approx £370k per annum per station DCP duty system
CONSULTATION PROCESS PR&AP available via website along with detailed reports on which proposals for change are made Presentations to staff Dialogue with partner agencies etc Discussion with Service users
NEXT STEPS Consultation July 30th – 21st October Planning Committee 22nd November – consider consultation outcomes and make final recommendations to full CFA Decision/s by full CFA 10th December
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