A Dynamic Risk-Based Framework for Redesigning the Scheduling of Fire Safety Inspections

This paper introduces a risk-based, data-driven framework for redesigning fire safety inspections. This framework incorporates information about previous inspections performance, the responsible person in charge of the property, the property use, and the structure type. This alternative method for scheduling fire safety inspections takes into account the likelihood of compliance, thus enabling fire services to target their efforts at the most troublesome/highest risk properties for more frequent inspection, whilst reducing the overall inspection workload and potentially allowing an fire service resources to be redirected to other duties.

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