The Fire Standards Board (FSB) has announced the launch of the twelfth professional Fire Standard; Data Management.
We are grateful for all the feedback we received through the consultation on the Data Management Fire Standard, all of which has been considered. We have provided an explanation and rationale for the changes made to the final version of the Fire Standard in the table below.
The consultation – now closed The Data Management Fire Standard has been developed with expert input from the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) Digital and Data Programme, the NFCC Lead for Data, Government Digital Services and colleagues with data expertise from a wide range of fire and rescue services. HOW TO PARTICIPATE For the purposes … <a href="https://www.firestandards.org/standards/consultations/data-management-fire-standard/">Continued</a>
The Fire Standards Board is pleased to announce the next Fire Standard which is shared with services and all stakeholders for consultation.
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.
A further seven Fire Standards are currently in development by the Fire Standards Board. These include Safeguarding; Fire Investigation; Emergency Preparedness and Resilience; and Data, as well as three Leadership Fire Standards.