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Fire Protection Performance Information

One of the cornerstones of the work of the Fire and Rescue Service is in the area of Fire Protection. This work is focused on assisting business to comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 so that the non-domestic buildings in which people work, visit and enjoy leisure time are provided with facilities that will ensure a safe means of escape in the event of a fire starting. This assistance may take the form of educational events, signposting to relevant guidance and the checking or auditing of fire protection measures.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is committed to better, smarter regulation which promotes business growth and has policies, procedures and mechanisms in place to ensure we carry out our regulatory responsibilities, including firm but fair enforcement, in accordance with the principles of the Regulators’ Code 2014.  We comply with the five principles of good regulation i.e. proportionality, accountability, consistency, transparency, and targeting which are enshrined in our current Enforcement Policy. Our fire protection activities are targeted at those premises that we perceive present the greatest risk to the community and we are committed to enforcing the law so that members of the public and local employees are protected from the risk of death and injury caused by fire.

The following information gives a high level overview of the cost of fire protection activities completed by Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (MAWWFRS), together with the outcomes of this work.​

For all charts it’s important to note that the number of active business enterprises within Mid and West Wales is based upon the records contained in our CFRMIS (Community Fire Risk Management Information System) which in the 2013 - 2014 was 23,180

Note: some of the non-domestic properties we have been involved with may not come within this category even though the law does apply.

Our performance information is broken down into six easy to read categories. You can find the performance information by clicking on the links below or to the left of this screen:

  1. Inputs - These are the resources used to carry out fire protection activity in Mid and West Wales.

  2. Activities - These are the amount and type of fire protection work carried out.

  3. Outputs - These are produced following the activities undertaken.

  4. Outcomes - These are the results and consequences of activities and outputs.

  5. Impacts​ - These are the effects of our fire protection activities over a long-term period on the wider community/environment.

  6. What People Say About Us​ - This is the outcome of our customer satisfaction survey.

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