Cyclists are being offered free road safety advice at Shadwell fire station today (Monday 24 April).
Fire chiefs are warning walkers, joggers and anglers to take extra care near canals, rivers and along the Thames as statistics show there have been 13 water related fatalities in London in the last three years
The Brigade has showcased its road traffic collision capabilities as figures show a 10 per cent rise in crashes attended by the Brigade.
Baby was 'limp and had turned blue' but made a full recovery thanks to crews quick actions.
There have been no recorded deaths or injuries as a result of vaping or e-cigarette fires.
Firefighters from Poplar and East Greenwich fire stations have taken part in a multi-agency exercise in the Blackwall Tunnel organised by Transport for London.
Sprinklers were installed in just 2% of cases.
The Brigade’s four year vision to make the capital the world’s safest global city has been approved today by London’s fire authority following a public consultation.
The love of a good woman meant the marines’ loss was London Fire Brigade’s gain when Dave Brown decided to join the fire service.
Steve Brooker joined the Brigade in 1973 and served at numerous stations across south east London.
Man had stopped breathing, so Beckenham and Biggin Hill Station Manager Clinton Walsh began CPR.
Firefighters have raised £3,000 for the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity
Firefighter Nathan Cane was heading home after a busy night duty at Whitechapel Fire Station.
We’re reissuing our hoverboard fire warning after a girl died in a blaze in Pennslyvania, USA thought to be the first death in the US as a result from a blaze caused by the battery operated toy.
Crews responding to incidents involving hazardous materials and terrorism will have new protective clothing.
Over 100 participants will discuss how sprinklers can save lives and help protect the elderly and vulnerable from fires.
Dany Cotton's appointment as the first woman Commissioner of London Fire Brigade came 35 years after the first woman joined the Brigade; however, women have been involved in the fire service long before then.
Twenty-one Londoners died in fires relating to smoking last year - more than double the year before.
Firefighter Steve Redman, Steven Smith and Steven Wren and his wife died on board that tragic day
Last year crews attended 4,541 road traffic collisions.
On Tuesday (28 February) Southwark Council was given a £270,000 fine and ordered to pay £300,000 court costs after pleading guilty to four offences under the Regulatory Reform (Fire) Safety Order.
We have written to UK fridge and freezer industry representatives calling on them to urgently review their proposals so they don't compromise public safety.
Hotpoint, Indesit, and Creda brands manufactured between April 2004 and September 2015 could be at risk.
White goods’ giant has finally told consumers to unplug dangerous, faulty tumble dryers.
Over half of all dwelling fires that the Brigade attended last year did not have a smoke alarm that worked or sounded.
Proving our firefighters are never truly off duty, Stuart McDonald from Battersea blue watch was travelling on an Isle of Wight ferry recently when he stepped in to assist a fellow passenger who had keeled over with severe chest pains.
Firefighters have attended nine penis ring removal incidents, which is the same number as the previous two financial years (2014/15 and 2015/16) combined.
Answers to to a few questions about our recruitment criteria
Firefighters providing 400 arson proof letterboxes across Bexley
A mystery man in a ‘business suit and tie’ hailed as the ‘real hero’ of a dramatic rescue attempt by a cabbie who went to the aid of a distressed woman on Lambeth Bridge has been revealed as an off duty firefighter.
Brigade’s first woman Commissioner calling for London’s women to apply to be firefighters
Lives were put at risk by fire safety breaches.
Brigade issues candle and firework safety tips
London’s first woman fire commissioner is urging women to have their say in our consultation as midway results show they account for less than a third of the people taking part.
This week the Brigade is rolling out a brand new model of fire engine for the first time in a decade.
As the capital is hit with frozen fog this morning (Monday, 23 January) we're warning people to stay at a safe distance away from ice and frozen ponds.
We’re warning people that playing with fire is not a game after a YouTube vlogger was filmed setting fire to a popular children’s toy.
A YouGov survey found only 43% of British adults register their large domestic appliances with manufacturers.
Seventy-three people were killed and more than 400 injured in a blast that could be heard more than 100 miles away.
New figures released show fires caused by electrical heaters have resulted in a total of seven deaths and 162 injuries in the last five years.