Every day brings new challenges that your organisation must tackle to prevent fires and protect local communities.
More than ever, we are living through uncertain times: COVID aside, continual changes in the way communities and households live and work make it even harder to plan and resource to meet critical needs.
Budgets are stretched and resources are at a premium for Fire and Rescue Services across the UK. Services are looking for ways to use the most intelligent and cost-effective preventative measures to tackle the risk of fire.
Fortunately, data can be your staunch ally to help you provide effective, life-saving services in this difficult, volatile and risk-prone environment.
Information from trusted data sources is key when planning and prioritising campaigns and activities that will have the most impact.
But how do you know what data you need? What is available to you? And when you own or acquire data, how do you analyse and interpret it to turn it into actionable information for planning and everyday operations?
In this short paper, we explain how data can help you prioritise your resources and focus your operational and communication efforts to protect your communities most effectively. We’ll show you how it’s possible for your busy FRS organisation to access clear, actionable information from complex data in a practical way.