IntroductionAccidents are common in today environment and needs; this has resulted in the formulation and implementation of different strategies that includes the use of fire and rescue departments. The fire and rescue departments ensure that the community live in an environment that is free from risks and if risks may occur, appropriate measures are in place that guarantees the safety and healthiness of the community. An example of such organisation is the Merseyside Fire & Rescue that ensures the safety of the people within the general United Kingdom is championed. Therefore, the aim of this report is to assess the validity and benefits of key QAs used by Merseyside Fire & Rescue, appropriateness of QAs use to the existing output measures of Merseyside Fire & Rescue, and use of evidential outputs from QAs to ensure consistency of quality enhancement within the organisation.
Validity and benefits associated with service plans against HSG 65 frameworkPolicyFor any organisation to succeed, policies should be in place that guides and ensures institutions follow, fulfils and achieves its requirements. Policies that are formulated should be within the legal framework of the government, society and stakeholders that are involved in the entire process of formulation and implementation.
Within the UK laws and regulations, it is required for all IRMP to follow provisions that are provided, a factor that has been embraced by Merseyside Fire and Rescue department for service plan 2009-2012 (Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service, 2010). Generally, MFR policy plan encompasses both objectives, purposes and aims through maximisation of organisational resources to ensure the county and entire UK is safe while risks been minimised. Thus, Merseyside Fire and Rescue policy incorporates value for money and other fundamentals that champion environmental protection, risk assessment, incident reduction strategies, and performance management.
Generally, Merseyside Fire and Rescue ensures that policies that are formulated and implemented champions, prevents, reduction, preparedness and rehabilitation of emergencies (Merseyside Fire & Rescue, 2010). OrganisingThe aim of many organising strategies is to ensure that a policy effectively implemented. Thus, it means that bringing together all stakeholders in championing the course of the organisation and ensuring these stakeholders can operate effectively. It is a common phenomenon that organisation employ diverse employees with different backgrounds in terms of culture and other human factors.
Hence, control measures should be in places that ensure these diverseness is championed, and Merseyside Fire and Rescue has ensured that it is a fundamental requirement of the organisation. Merseyside Fire and Rescue has formulated effective framework that champions contribution of different stakeholders (Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service, 2010). For example, Merseyside Fire and Rescue encourage involvement and participation of communities in championing security and safeness of the environment both socially and economically.
To ensure organisational requirements are effectively achieved, the organisation has encouraged effective communication, provision of appropriate and required resources, and ensured that the staffs are competent on what they are doing. Through this approach, Merseyside Fire and Rescue has continuously fulfilled safety and security requirements of the community. The organising fundamentals are poised at ensuring Merseyside Fire and Rescue provides quality, value for money service.