The Fire Standards Board (FSB) has announced the launch of the tenth professional Fire Standard; Fire Investigation.
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.
The Fire Standards Board has announced the launch of its ninth professional Fire Standard; Safeguarding
The Safeguarding Fire Standard aims to ensure that fire and rescue services are doing all that they can to support safeguarding. Its desired outcome is that services work proactively to promote the safeguarding of those within their communities as well as employees and volunteers, reducing the risk of abuse, harm and neglect.
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.
The Fire Standards Board are pleased to announce the next Fire Standard which is shared with services and all stakeholders for consultation.
The Fire Standards Board are pleased to announce the consultation on the Fire Standard for Fire Investigation is now open.
The Fire Standards Board (FSB) has announced the launch of its eighth professional Fire Standard – Protection.
The Fire Standards Board (FSB) is delighted to announce the launch of its seventh professional Fire Standard – Prevention.
Driving consistency and improvement in Community Risk Management Planning with the next Fire Standard
The Community Risk Management Planning (CRMP) Fire Standard aims to bring consistency in the way fire services conduct planning and produce their local Community Risk Management Plans.
Following the launch of the first four Fire Standards in February, the Fire Standards Board are pleased to announce the publication of the Code of Ethics Fire Standard.
The Fire Standards Board are pleased to announce the consultations on the Fire Standards for Fire Protection and Prevention are now open.