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This report seeks approval to award the contract for the Supply and Delivery of Cleaning Consumables for Fire Stations and Ancillary Buildings.
This paper seeks agreement in principle to progress the enhancement of officer paging by integrating a commercially available mobile paging application (‘app’) to be used on corporate smartphones with 4G and Wi-Fi as communication bearers. The aim is complete the transition of officer paging by November 2020.
LFB strategic managers provide 24/7 Gold and Brigade Manager operational cover. This provision is for strategic management for operational incidents and national response, including for counter-terrorism matters; significant weather events such as wide area flooding; and incidents of national importance by providing advice to the national and London Government, emergency services partners, and other fire and rescue services.
This report updates the London Fire Commissioner on key projects being undertaken within the London Fire Brigade as at the end of September 2018. Detailed status reports which show the position of each ‘A’ governance project are included within this report.
On 1 April 2018, the Policing and Crime Act 2017 abolished the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority and established the London Fire Commissioner ('the Commissioner') as the fire authority for Greater London.
The Mayor of London has established a collaborative agenda for the Greater London Authority Group, delivering high-quality and cost-effective services for London. The Board's membership are strategic decision-makers from accross the GLA Group, with each required to have the appropriate delegations to facilitate the Board's mission. Further, each member of the GLA Group must establish the appropriate authorities for the Collaborative Procurement Team to act on their behalf.
This report summarises the work carried out under the Internal Audit Shared Service Agreement by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC)’s Directorate of Audit, Risk and Assurance in the second quarter of 2019/20.
This paper discusses the issues involved in determining if intrinsically safe (IS) radios are required during ‘general use’ (fireground and breathing apparatus) operations and whether a different standard of IS can be justified through an assessment of the risks involved.
This paper presents the Brigade's performance as at the end of Q3 2018/19 (data to the end of 31 December 2018). This report covers performance against budgets, key indicators, risks and projects. This report will be available for the Fire Resilience and Emergency Planning Committee to consider at its next performance meeting.
This report provides the background to the Role to Rank Agreement between the London Fire Brigade and the London Region Fire Brigades Union (FBU).
All of the current LFB fleet of vans identified within this report have reached the end of their planned serviceable life and they also require replacement to ensure they comply with the future emission control requirements. This report outlines the process that has been undertaken to identify the most appropriate replacement vehicles and seeks permission to place orders utilising the funding for the planned FLEET capital spend programme.
This report presents the External Audit Letter 2018/19 and summarises the findings to the London Fire Commissioner (LFC) from the 2018/19 audit. The audit comprised of the two elements: the audit of financial statements; and the assessment of the LFC's arrangements to achieve value for money in the use of its resources.