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[Expand]RRC_C_001i: Number of deaths caused by fires started accidentally in dwellings per 100,000 population0.540.610.400.630.500.490.620.420.200.450.39....
[Expand]RRC_C_001ii: Number of deaths caused by fires started deliberately in dwellings per 100,000 population0.070.000.070.100.070.100.030.000.260.030.13....
[Expand]RRC_C_001iii: Number of deaths caused by fires started accidentally in non-domestic premises per 100,000 population0.030.000.000.000.000.030.000.000.000.000.03....
[Expand]RRC_C_001iv: Number of deaths caused by fires started deliberately in non-domestic premises per 100,000 population0.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.00....
[Expand]RRC_C_001v: Number of injuries (excluding precautionary checks) arising from fires started accidentally in dwellings per 100,000 population10.588.865.366.295.984.415.844.444.684.613.53....
[Expand]RRC_C_001vi: Number of injuries (excluding precautionary checks) arising from fires started deliberately in dwellings per 100,000 population1.562.161.211.431.350.630.790.720.390.710.55....
[Expand]RRC_C_001vii: Number of injuries (excluding precautionary checks) arising from fires started accidentally in non-domestic premises per 100,000 population1.660.940.540.730.500.430.720.520.390.390.42....
[Expand]RRC_C_001viii: Number of injuries (excluding precautionary checks) arising from fires started deliberately in non-domestic premises per 100,000 population0.340.130.170.230.300.100.100.030.000.360.06....
[Expand]RRC_C_002i: The total number of malicious false alarms received by the FRS per 1,000 population1.761.651.621.571.391.141.050.990.880.650.53....
[Expand]RRC_C_002ii: The percentage of all malicious false alarms received that were not attended by the FRS65.9365.2664.4567.1066.3372.2773.7773.3174.0667.2062.11....
[Expand]RRC_C_002iii: The percentage of all malicious false alarms received that were attended by the FRS34.0734.7435.5532.9033.6727.7326.2326.6925.9432.8037.89....
[Expand]RRC_C_003: Total false alarms caused by automatic fire detection and alarm systems per 1,000 non-domestic properties91.9092.5893.6886.3180.6475.2768.1965.9365.4259.9961.34....
[Expand]RRC_C_004i: Number of deliberate primary fires attended by the FRS per 10,000 population17.1415.0514.5711.5610.319.498.126.694.574.363.93....
[Expand]RRC_C_004ii: Number of deliberate secondary fires attended by the FRS per 10,000 population49.5044.3750.9148.3234.4032.9738.7128.0516.2520.1916.87....
[Expand]RRC_C_004iii: Number of deliberate dwelling fires attended by the FRS per 10,000 dwellings.......1.691.341.281.24....
[Expand]RRC_C_005i: The percentage of fires attended in dwellings where: A smoke alarm and/or other fire detection equipment had activated47.1847.0447.7450.2450.9442.7747.5250.6250.9450.7351.66....
[Expand]RRC_C_005ii: The percentage of fires attended in dwellings where: A smoke alarm and/or other fire detection equipment was fitted but did not activate11.5812.2012.0711.5712.4413.8314.9115.5918.5917.8516.81....
[Expand]RRC_C_005iii: The percentage of fires attended in dwellings where: No smoke alarm or other fire detection equipment was fitted41.2440.7640.1938.1936.6243.4037.5834.0930.4731.4131.53....
[Expand]RRC_C_006: The total number of fires in homes in which a home fire safety risk assessment and/or associated risk reduction activity had taken place within two years before the fire.....178221223289304286296....
[Expand]CFH_C_001: The percentage of undisputed invoices which were paid in 30 days92.691.090.493.092.291.591.0........
[Expand]CHR_C_001i: The percentage of operational staff working the wholetime and retained duty systems who categorise themselves as having a disability......0.60.70.70.9........
[Expand]CHR_C_001ii: The percentage of control and non-operational staff who categorise themselves as having a disability......2.22.32.63.0........
[Expand]CHR_C_001iii: The percentage of people who categorise themselves as having a disability in the Fire and Rescue Authority (FRA) area and aged between 18 to 64 years19.919.919.919.919.919.919.9........
[Expand]CHR_C_002i: The percentage of staff who belong to a minority ethnic group0.40.70.70.80.80.70.8........
[Expand]CHR_C_002ii: The percentage of people from minority ethnic groups who are aged between 18 and 64 years in the Fire and Rescue Authority (FRA) area2.12.12.12.12.12.12.1........
[Expand]CHR_C_003: The percentage of firefighters who are women1.82.42.83.03.33.63.6........
[Expand]CHR_C_004i: The number of working days/shifts lost to sickness absence per full time equivalent employee (by all staff)8.38.18.17.47.87.67.38.98.69.89.0....
[Expand]CHR_C_004ii: The number of working days/shifts lost to sickness absence per full time equivalent employee (by wholetime operational staff)7.37.77.07.27.26.76.27.98.19.09.0....
[Expand]CHR_C_004iii: The number of working days/shifts lost to sickness absence per full time equivalent employee (by control staff)16.716.512.38.78.413.69.38.79.714.410.9....
[Expand]CHR_C_004iv: The number of working days/shifts lost to sickness absence per full time equivalent employee (by non-operational staff)9.97.610.87.69.38.910.011.69.911.18.8....
[Expand]CHR_C_005i: Total number of ill-health retirements as a percentage of the total workforce0.91.00.50.50.20.30.40.40.30.40.2....
[Expand]CHR_C_005ii: Total number of wholetime operational personnel ill-health retirements as a percentage of the total wholetime operational workforce1.11.50.80.30.20.10.40.30.10.30.3....
[Expand]CHR_C_005iii: Total number of retained duty system (RDS) personnel ill-health retirements as a percentage of the total RDS workforce0.70.50.20.40.30.50.40.50.30.40.2....
[Expand]CHR_C_005iv: Total number of control personnel ill-health retirements as a percentage of the total control workforce2.53.40.91.70.00.00.01.60.00.00.0....
[Expand]CHR_C_005v: Total number of non-operational personnel ill-health retirements as a percentage of the total non-operational workforce0.70.40.40.80.30.00.30.30.50.60.0....
[Expand]RRC_S_001i: Total number of all fires attended per 10,000 population89.0282.1688.8181.4764.7762.9567.7453.6837.2042.7337.6839.0834.5235.2341.14
[Expand]RRC_S_001ii: Total number of all primary fires attended per 10,000 population32.5630.6028.9525.6323.3322.3520.9918.5515.4315.5514.76....
[Expand]RRC_S_001iii: Total number of fires attended which were started accidentally in dwellings per 10,000 dwellings15.6216.2715.1914.8914.3413.7013.3112.9812.4512.4411.68....
[Expand]RRC_S_001iv: Total number of fires attended which were started deliberately per 10,000 population66.6459.4365.4959.8744.8842.4646.8334.7420.8224.5520.80....
[Expand]RRC_S_002i: Number of deaths caused by fires per 100,000 population0.850.670.541.030.630.760.690.750.550.550.65....
[Expand]RRC_S_002ii: Number of deaths caused by fires which were started accidentally per 100,000 population0.640.610.440.830.560.530.660.650.260.490.49....
[Expand]RRC_S_002iii: Number of deaths caused by fires which were started deliberately per 100,000 population0.200.070.100.200.070.230.030.100.290.060.16....
[Expand]RRC_S_002iv: Number of injuries (excluding precautionary checks) arising from fires per 100,000 population16.4014.019.0410.319.887.178.566.956.287.305.60....
[Expand]RRC_S_002v: Number of injuries (excluding precautionary checks) arising from fires which were started accidentally per 100,000 population13.9011.427.208.357.965.697.615.845.736.004.88....
[Expand]RRC_S_002vi: Number of injuries (excluding precautionary checks) arising from fires which were started deliberately per 100,000 population2.502.591.841.961.921.480.951.110.551.300.71....
[Expand]RRC_S_003: The total number of fires in non-domestic premises per 1,000 non-domestic premises14.4313.0512.6311.3910.2311.069.838.136.716.336.64....
[Expand]RRC_S_004i: The number of homes that are within the above average risk category and the well above average risk category that have received, within the reporting year, a home fire safety risk assessment and are within the five minute service standard.......2,654.........
[Expand]RRC_S_004ii: The number of homes that are within the above average risk category and the well above average risk category that have received, within the reporting year, a home fire safety risk assessment and are within the ten minute service standard.......4,600.........
[Expand]RRC_S_004iii: The number of homes that are within the above average risk category and the well above average risk category that have received, within the reporting year, a home fire safety risk assessment and are outside the ten minute service standard.......3,560.........
[Expand]RRC_S_004iv: The total number of fires in homes in which a home fire safety risk assessment and/or associated risk reduction activity had taken place within two years before the fire.....178221223........
[Expand]EFR_S_001: Percentage of fires in dwellings, within the ten minute service standard as identified by each Fire and Rescue Service, that were attended within ten minutes.....91.6788.64.........
[Expand]EFR_S_002: Percentage of fires in dwellings, which have been identified by the Fire Service Emergency Cover model as having a casualty rate greater than six, that were attended within five minutes.....11.1610.69.........
[Expand]RRC_S_001v: Total false alarms attended per 10,000 population...........48.1348.8947.1747.80
[Expand]RRC_S_001vi: Total Road Traffic Collisions attended per 10,000 population...........8.437.687.457.02
[Expand]RRC_S_001vii: Total other incidents attended per 10,000 population...........22.9528.4527.7520.91
[Expand]RRC_S_002vii: Deaths and injuries arising from all fires per 100,000 population...........7.916.305.765.67
[Expand]RRC_S_002viii: Deaths and Injuries arising from all fires which were started accidentally per 100,000 population...........6.845.465.254.24
[Expand]EFR_S_003: The percentage of dwelling fires which were contained in the room in which they originated...........87.2086.4285.5985.70

Metadata

Title
Fire service performance indicators

Last update
19 September 2019 19 September 2019

Next update
September 2020

Publishing organisation
Welsh Government

Source 1
Fire service performance indicators data collection, Welsh Government

Contact email
stats.inclusion@gov.wales

Designation
National Statistics

Lowest level of geographical disaggregation
Fire and rescue authorities

Geographical coverage
Wales

Languages covered
English and Welsh

Data licensing
You may use and re-use this data free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government License - see http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence

General description
The Welsh Government’s Performance Management Framework for measuring Fire and Rescue Authority performance was introduced in 2007. In 2015 a consultation took place to ascertain the impact of reducing the number of indicators. The new performance indicators are grouped under two themes: ‘risk reduction and community safety’ and ‘effective response’

Data collection and calculation
The information presented here is collected via annual returns from Welsh fire and rescue authorities on the results against a series of agreed performance measures.

Frequency of publication
Annual

Data reference periods
Data are shown for each financial year from 2004-05 through to 2015-16.

Users, uses and context
Please find this information in the related statistical publication, as per the given weblink.

Rounding applied
Performance indicators expressed as rates are generally rounded to 2 decimal places. Performance indicators expressed as absolute quantities are shown as unrounded integers.

Revisions information
Some performance indicator denominator data, for example population data, non-domestic premises data and domestic dwellings data will be updated to reflect the most recently published data (for example the revision to historical population data in 2013 to take account of the latest Census results). Revising the data in this way ensures coherence between the different detailed datasets presented on StatsWales, and helps to avoid confusion. Although in practice this may result in differences between statswales and the statistical releases, which provides a snapshot of the data at the time of publishing, such differences are typically very small and often unnoticeable at the level of precision presented.

Corrections to some historical indicator data are sometimes received as part of the latest data collection and in these cases, data are updated in both the latest version of the publication and StatsWales.

Statistical quality
Please find this information in the related statistical publication, as per the given weblink.

Keywords
Fire service performance; fire deaths; fire injuries; fire casualties; fire incidents; fire risk; community safety