Having completed a major review of metropolitan ambulance cover in Greater Vancouver in 2014/15, ORH is excited to be back in British Columbia, this time to undertake a review for City of Richmond Fire-Rescue. The review requires in-depth analysis of the current service profile, before going on to model the optimum deployment of resources to meet current and future (10-year) projected demand. ORH’s detailed modelling approach uses demand, workload and geography to simulate potential options for change. The work is due to be completed by the end of November 2017.
Really pleased to be supporting @stjohnambulance on this project, and developing a better understanding of the flee… https://t.co/e3xwfbMgZc
This is a great source of information for looking at travel times. Interesting opportunities to see how this data m… https://t.co/e59ItnVzsJ
Looking forward to hearing the panel’s thoughts on the recommendations from the HMICFRS State of Fire report https://t.co/bk5FWoPmpn
RT @NFCC_FireChiefs: Luke Edwards addresses #lgafireconf as the event gets underway. He is talking about importance of data. https://t.co/0…