The fire and rescue service wants your views on its future.
Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) has opened a new survey so that people who live and work in the county can have their say on its future.
Responses to the survey will help the service understand how prepared people who live and work in the county are to deal with emergencies, build a picture of the barriers there are to people joining the fire and rescue service, and learn how it can better engage with the community.
All feedback will be incorporated into the service’s plan for a safe and resilient Hertfordshire which details the key risks and challenges facing the county, as well as how HFRS will use its resources to respond.
Ideas to prepare for the future include embracing new research and technology, creating more sustainable services, and working more closely with our communities.
The plan won’t be complete without your input. The survey is open until 19th November, and it takes less than 10 minutes to complete.