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Pct fire response 10 mins, RoI 2015


Local Government Management Agency (LGMA)

Subject Keywords: Appropriate Care. Fire. Emergency. Injury Refinement: Appropriate Care
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Percentage of calls received for fires where the first attendance by the fire service is within ten minutes of notification of the address.

Numerator: NOAC, 2015 Denominator: NOAC, 2015

Section 126C of the Local Government Reform Act 2014 sets out the functions of the National Oversight and Audit Commission (NOAC) to include the scrutiny of the performance of local government bodies against relevant indicators (including indicators relating to customer service) that the Commission considers it appropriate to refer to. 

NOAC’s role in relation to the scrutiny of local government performance against relevant performance indicators replaces, in respect of performance in 2014 and subsequent years, the service indicators in local authorities that were introduced by the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government (the Minister) in 2004.  The last service indicators report to the Minister containing data on the 46 service indicators in respect of 2013 was published by the Local Government Management Agency (LGMA) in December 2014. 



Rights: NOAC
Suggested citation:

Local Government Management Agency (LGMA). (2017) Pct fire response 10 mins, RoI 2015 [Online]. Available from: [Accessed: 29th March 2020].


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