From finance through to our vehicles, technology and communications, we work hard to ensure that our services are delivered in the most relevant, effective and efficient ways. Everything we do is achieved by our cost-effective, flexible and agile workforce.
At a time of unprecedented change and financial challenges for the public sector, our staff keep finding exciting, new ways to transform the services we provide and achieve even more with less.
We recognise the need for change and continuous improvement and have developed a new and innovative approach to how we work.
This has been made possible by our brilliant workforce, a blended fleet of vehicles, a new approach to communication and a commitment to the use of technology.
We want West Midlands Fire Service to be governed in a way that enables it to keep delivering services in the most relevant, efficient and effective ways for its communities.
We are already coordinating an important area of the Combined Authority’s work. The Public Sector Reform (PSR) programme is about improving the life chances of West Midlands people. It continues to do this through four key work streams: Mental Health with Health and Wellbeing; Criminal Justice; Skills and Employment; Multiple Complex Needs.
Here at West Midlands Fire Service we have committed resources to the work stream that supports people living with multiple complex needs. Our prevention work focuses on vulnerable people, on what makes them vulnerable and how we can help them to live safe, independent and fulfilled lives.
Our dedicated staff keep finding exciting, new ways to deliver and transform the services we provide, and to achieve even more with less. Individually, and in teams, their positive contributions are making the West Midlands safer, stronger and healthier.
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