What Hull 2020 means to Humberside Fire and Rescue Service
Dene Sanders, Chief Fire Officer and Chief Executive
We are all working hard to achieve the same aim: to help make our communities safer and healthier. The Hull 2020 programme gives us the best opportunity to share ideas, resources and networks to enable us to achieve this. Humberside Fire and Rescue Service is proud to be a partner in the programme and already we can see what the benefits of this collaboration will be.
Specifically, protecting the most vulnerable from the risk of cold using cold alarms as part of a connected home project, opportunities to develop shared premises and data, support both emergency medical service and non-emergency medical service calls, connectivity across the public sector using existing WiFi and access to fire service fitness facilities, have already been identified as possibilities at this early stage. Further options for wider collaboration in terms of shared services and how Humberside Fire and Rescue Service could support health delivery will also be explored, with work already underway to deliver joint community initiatives across the city.
All of this will not only lead to a healthier and safer Hull, but will also assist us to achieve efficiencies and deliver a better quality service to our communities.
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