Essays on Reduction in Number of Fires that Take Place in the UK Coursework

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The paper "Reduction in Number of Fires that Take Place in the UK " is a great example of management coursework.   In this report, the SARA methodology is used to analyze the risk assessment which the fire services mainly the gouges fire safety service does example of the Manchester fire service will also be used for which their website will be referred to. The term community safety is a complex and widely interpreted phrase. It ultimately means the protection of everyone's right to live without fear for their and other people's safety. It is a relatively new concept, which has only recently taken face with the introduction of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998.

Community safety strategies have created new partnerships and installed a sense of security and safety among local communities. Different organisations bring diverse resources, skills and knowledge to the partnership. However, each organisation has its own set of objectives to pursue and must operate within individual management systems and structures. The challenge facing community safety partnerships is to develop a local management model which is acceptable to all partners and which ensures the partnerships' objectives are achieved. Its approach is based upon the formation of partnerships between the communities, public, private and voluntary sectors (including local businesses) to formulate and introduce community-based measures against crime. This is achieved by partners working closely together to strategically select, coordinate and implement their development initiatives and crime control efforts in order to produce effective results. The law imposes a responsibility on the employer to ensure safety at work for all employees.

The organization must take reasonable steps to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of their employees at work.

Failure to do so could result in criminal prosecution in the Supreme Court.   SARA Methodology Scanning The problems have occurred due to the carelessness of the people of the community. The problems are as follows: Overpopulated accommodation workers are altering the electrical & gas supplies to provide several areas for cooking electrical wiring is short-circuiting causing fires accommodation is unsuitable for use insufficient fire protection/detection lack of enforcement of fire regulations lack of fire safety education Analysis Each above problems are occurring due to reasons which are given in the analysis section of the SARA methodology Response The problems can be reduced mainly by following regulations and giving awareness. Assessment Statistics of reduction in the number of fires that take place in the UK  


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