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Attracting Partnership Working and Buy in from other Agencies Brian Robson – WYFRS Andrew Attracting Partnership Working and Buy in from other Agencies Brian Robson – WYFRS Andrew Jones – Bradford MD Council

Why Work in Partnership – Gaps • Government agendas focussed on prevention and working Why Work in Partnership – Gaps • Government agendas focussed on prevention and working in partnership to improve services • Vulnerable people known to other agencies still dying in accidental dwelling fires • People at risk of fire often have other risk factors • Agencies focus on particular aspects of safety and may miss key risk indicators • ‘One-Size-Fits All’ approach to delivery of fire safety messages not effective • Little understanding by Partners of shared priorities around the fire safety agenda

Bradford and its older citizens • • 4 th largest Met. Urban and rural Bradford and its older citizens • • 4 th largest Met. Urban and rural Nearly 500, 000 150, 000 aged 50+ Growth of 85+ Diversity Aspirations and skills Health inequalities and deprivation

Bradford Older People’s Partnership • Broad based • Strong representation of older people (BOPA) Bradford Older People’s Partnership • Broad based • Strong representation of older people (BOPA) • Their “Critical Issues” • Vision, strategy, leadership • From engagement to action to outcomes • A common goal, resources, “OP specialists”, creative, time, delivery, trust

Opportunities - a Targeted Approach • WYFRS core partner in delivery of LAA targets Opportunities - a Targeted Approach • WYFRS core partner in delivery of LAA targets seat on Older People’s Board • Numbers of fire fatalities and injuries in Bradford’s older population a concern • Older People’s Fire Safety Co-ordinator funded through NRF • Worked at a strategic level across the District to research risk factors • Engaged with agencies, voluntary sector and older people to develop creative methods to address risks

Outcomes for partnership • Specific targets • Targeted Fire Safety messages • “First contact” Outcomes for partnership • Specific targets • Targeted Fire Safety messages • “First contact” – multiagency case finding • Telecare – joint working • Beacon award – engaging older people

Outcomes for WYFRS • Embedded fire safety risk processes • Developed wide range of Outcomes for WYFRS • Embedded fire safety risk processes • Developed wide range of impactful interventions, ie: - Hospital Discharge scheme - Safety House • Older people influencing change – training for Community Safety staff • Number of fatalities and injuries reducing • Improved Information Sharing and access to vulnerable groups • WYFRS seen as a credible and proactive partner

Influencing Change within WYFRS • Improved understanding of risks experienced by older and more Influencing Change within WYFRS • Improved understanding of risks experienced by older and more vulnerable groups • Moved from a ‘broad brush’ approach • Relevant training and development for staff • Focussing services upon ‘vulnerable people’ with help of partners and those vulnerable groups • Developed creative and targeted ways to identify those most at risk: - Expansion of High Risk team

THANK YOU Any Questions? True sense of Partnership! Brian Robson Brian. robson@westyorksfire. gov. uk THANK YOU Any Questions? True sense of Partnership! Brian Robson Brian. [email protected] gov. uk Andrew Jones Andrew. [email protected] gov. uk