The paper "Fire Service and Safety" is a great example of coursework on social sciences. Community safety is the expression that is used to cover prevention and protection. All the services are delivered by competent staffs of various organizations that are based in geographical areas. These can further be divided into groups comprising fire stations and a group support team. Rogers (2001) argues that emergencies can occur almost anywhere. Prevention and protection activities affect all people in all places, therefore we have to use information and intelligence to target our resources to ensure that they have the most effect.
Staff in our headquarters departments is responsible for devising strategies, developing policies, and supporting service delivery by the provision of information. The link with colleagues in the region and nationally to identify good practice and to help devise processes that ensure that we deliver a consistent, effective service. We all have the right to go about our daily lives in safety. Improving community safety is one of our highest priorities. We believe that keeping communities safe involves more than just preventing crime and disorder - we must also create social and economic change.
But if we are to make our communities safer, we must all work together. The law in the UK and how it operates internationally as it applies to the fire service The UK law on fire service came into effect in October 2006. It replaced was aimed at replacing over 70 pieces of fire safety law. The fire safety law was established and applies to all non-domestic premises in England and Wales. It also applies to the common parts of blocks of flats and houses in multiple occupations. The people affected by the law are the ones who are responsible for business premises, employers, or self-employed people with business premises.
People who are responsible for part of a dwelling where the particular part is used for business purposes are also affected. The law also affects charity or voluntary organizations as well as contractors with a degree of control over the premises (Davis 2000). It also affects the people who provide accommodation for paying guests.
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