Moore Stephens Consulting Speaker discusses Fire and Rescue Service Efficiency at UKTEES Forum.

eSE forums are built around a fully interactive and discussion based format with an agenda that is formulated through contributions from participating delegations, across the public and private sector, and through the collective expertise of our ‘Agenda Advisory Board’. In our latest welcome post we are pleased to introduce one of the technology innovators contributing an expert speaker to our second panel session. Moore Stephens Consulting has worked closely with emergency service providers to identify and provide solutions to improve efficiency, resilience, and service delivery whilst maintaining cost effectiveness in a climate of budget restraint.

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Moore Stephens Consulting (MSC), working with one of the world’s largest fire services, has developed the StARS-MS which helps to manage staff data and appliance availability, rostering, support for retained duty system and volunteer personnel and sickness management. The system also benefits fire and rescue service strategic planning and decision making processes by providing key management information and simplifying automated processes. MSC will also discuss the recently updated and enhanced Incident Management System (IMS) which gathers information about incidents from both the mobilizing system and from station based input, this system is completely operational with the StARS-MS solution.

Simon Lamb, Director at Moore Stephens Consulting said “Moore Stephens is pleased to be part of the Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum. As providers of an integrated technology platform that supports the day-to-day operations of fire services, we welcome a forum that provides a platform for discussing how technology can be applied to improve efficiency, reduce costs and help to maintain the highest levels of service and public safety.”

eSE looks forward to welcoming Simon and the delegation from Moore Stephens Consulting to the Royal Liver Building, Liverpool on the 26th. To find out more about Moore Stephens Consulting and their ICT interests visit: www.moorestephensconsulting.com.

 

Registration for our 2015 Innovative Emergency Services Series is now open. We have regional forums taking place in London, Birmingham and Newcastle. Our next national forum will take place September 29th 2015 in Bristol. Register your interest for any of our forums using the contact form below or visit http://www.ese-emergencyservices.com for more information. 

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