CRP Evaluation of Fire Interventions – Data Analysis Addendum

Closing Date: 24/05/2023

Consultation Status: Closed

On behalf of the NFCC Community Risk Programme, Evaluation of Fire Intervention Project Board, you are invited to take part in the consultation on the document ‘Data Analysis Addendum for Evaluation Methods for UK-Fire Rescue Services’ which has been developed for UKFRS in order to better support robust and defensible analysis of data generated as part of evaluation of fire interventions.

We are seeking feedback on this document prior to its planned launch to the sector in Summer 2023.  As the name suggests the document is an addendum for the document ‘Evaluation Methods for UKFRS’ that is due for launch next month.

Given the highly technical nature of this document we expect that we will receive feedback from those with a technical understanding of the content.  We are happy to receive feedback from any interested parties, therefore please do not hesitate to forward this consultation invitation on to the relevant person/persons within your organisation.

Please be advised that we have separately commissioned a company to support the graphic design of this document, whereby the document itself will undergo significant visual transformation.  Therefore at this stage we are seeking feedback only on the content of the document not on the structure or presentation.

The consultation will be open until the end of the day Wednesday 24 May 2023 and any inputs will be very gratefully received. The survey has a ‘Save and Continue’ function so it is possible to come back and finish the survey over a period of time, however it may be helpful to state that the overall structure of the survey follows the chronology of the document, with opportunity to feedback on each major section in turn.

Once the consultation is closed all feedback will be reviewed by the Project Board and where applicable will be actioned for publication in the final version of the document.

Please feel free to circulate this link to anyone you feel may want to contribute to the consultation. 

If you have any questions or queries about the consultation process or the document itself, please contact

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