Charter for Resilience
FIRE Editor Andrew Lynch and Security Correspondent Dr Dave Sloggett set out their vision for a complete overhaul of the UK’s approach to global threats with a Charter for Resilience. This outlines a new architecture for society.
In the last issue of FIRE we posed the question: ‘Could the pandemic be the first step to resetting how society functions?’ We outlined the key elements required to transform our approach in the white paper, Coronavirus: A Five-Step Reset for Fire and Emergency Leaders.
Integral to that approach is resetting resilient and connected communities. It is to these aspects that we turn our attention in calling for a Charter for Resilience, and in the process analyse how this will lead to resetting fire and emergency response and the resultant reset required of a new dynamic style of leadership.
Read the other Covid-19 Bulletins:
Bulletin 1: A new architecture for society
Bulletin 2: Charter for Resilience
Bulletin 3: Emergency services deserve more than just applause and appreciation
Bulletin 4: Covid-19 response: Fire services ‘Ready, Willing and Able’
Bulletin 5: FIRE magazine wins best comment for Coronavirus journalism excellence
Bulletin 6: Engraining the Charter for Resilience