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PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS

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The Fire Standards Board has been set up to oversee the identification, organisation, development and maintenance of professional Standards for fire and rescue services in England.

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Fire Investigation Fire Standard
Fire Investigation Fire Standard
Safeguarding Fire Standard
Safeguarding Fire Standard
Community Risk Management Planning Fire Standard
Community Risk Management Planning Fire Standard
Code of Ethics Fire Standard
Code of Ethics Fire Standard
Operational Response Fire Standards
Operational Response Fire Standards
Emergency Response Driving Fire Standard
Emergency Response Driving Fire Standard
Fire Standards Board’s Aim
Fire Standards Board’s Aim

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The Fire Standards Board has announced the launch of its tenth professional Fire Standard; fire investigation

The Fire Standards Board (FSB) has announced the launch of the tenth professional Fire Standard; Fire Investigation. The Fire Investigation Fire Standard focuses on ensuring fire and rescue services (FRS) deliver effective, efficient and valid fire investigations into the origin, cause and development of fire.  One of the desired outcomes of the Fire Investigation Fire Standard is that services will…

Data Management Fire Standard consultation is now open
The Fire Standards Board is pleased to announce the next Fire Standard which is shared with services and all stakeholders for consultation. Forming part of the suite of Fire Standards that relate to service delivery, the Data Management Fire Standard is now open for consultation until 27 April 2022. You can find out how to take part on the Consultations…
Setting the Fire Standards for the year ahead

Members of the Fire Standards Board met last month to review the progress since its establishment. Despite the challenging backdrop of the pandemic, the Board are particularly pleased with progress made in publishing nine Fire Standards since February 2021. The visuals below are a reminder of those standards published so far and those in development in the coming months The…

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