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Strategic Equality Survey

07/05/2019 00:00
We are collaborating with public services across Mid and West Wales to gather views on what the people think the objectives we focus on in our Strategic Equality Plan 2020 – 2024 should be.  Once complete, this plan will set out how the Service will seek to ensure that we are meeting the needs of everyone within our communities.  We would be grateful if you would take 5 minutes and tell us what you think.

 Once we have completed our analysis of the survey results we will use the feedback provided to inform the objectives contained within our Strategic Equality Plan.  This Plan will be published on our website from 01 April 2020.  The survey results will be analysed by each of the public sector bodies listed within the survey, and so you only need to complete the survey once.

The survey is being administered by Carmarthenshire County Council using Snap Surveys on behalf of the Public Bodies involved in the consultation.

The survey is designed to be anonymous – you will not be personally identified from the information provided, however, if there is any information you would prefer was not used as part of the survey please choose the “prefer not to say” option.

The collated anonymised data from the survey will be provided to the Public Bodies involved in the joint consultation exercise: Carmarthenshire County Council, Ceredigion County Council, , Pembrokeshire County Council, Powys County Council, Powys Teaching Health Board, Hywel Dda University Health Board, Dyfed Powys Police, Mid and West Wales Fire Service, Wales Ambulance Services NHS Trust, the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority,  Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park Authority and the Police and Crime commissioner. 

For further information on how Mid and West Fire and Rescue Services uses personal information, please refer to our Privacy Notices.

Should you wish to discuss any aspect of this consultation exercise, or provide feedback in an alternative format, please contact Mrs Alison Thomas at the Service’s Human Resources Department on 01267 226839 or vis email at