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The role of the Statutory Deputy London Fire Commissioner is outlined in Schedule 27A of the Greater London Authority Act 1999, as amended by the Policing and Crime Act 2017. The London Fire Commissioner Governance Direction 2018 requires the London Fire Commissioner to receive consent from the Mayor of London for the appointment.
General Counsel seeks authority to settle a personal Injury claim, in which the range of reasonable settlement exceeds General Counsel's Delegation to settle claims, as permitted by the scheme of Governance.
This report recommends formal approval and implementation by the London Fire Commissioner of the pay settlement for Fire and Rescue Staff for 2019/20 which has been agreed by the staff side of the Joint Committee for Support Staff (JCSS), GMB and UNISON, by majority vote.
This report recommends adoption of the Industrial Relations procedures set out at Appendix A.
This is the quarterly training update report, which is produced for the Commissioner's Board (CB), to provide and update on the workings of the Training and Professional Development Department. These activities demonstrate our commitment to deliver the training and development activities laid out in the London Safety Plan (2017).
This report updates the London Fire Commissioner on key projects being undertaken within the London Fire Brigade as at the end of September 2019. Detailed status reports which show the position of each 'A' governance project are included within this report.
Under the Mayor's Direction of April 2018, prior authority is to be sought from the Deputy Mayor for Fire and Resilience to incur expenditure on legal costs relating to the Grenfell Tower Fire. This report sets out projected legal costs for 2019/20 and 20/21, the posi
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 seeks to award the contract for supply of diesel for Strategic Reserve Storage Thanks. This follows a collaborative procurement led by Crown Commercial Service (CCS) who aggregated public sector requirements and undertook a further competition via an eAuction calling-off the CCS National Fuels Framework Agreement RM3801.
The London Fire Commissioner has sought consent from the Mayo of London to appoint Andrew Roe as the statutory Deputy London Fire Commissioner further to the retirement of Deputy Commissioner Tom George. The Mayor has written to the Commissioner providing that consent. This decision affects the appointment.
The Mayor has written to the London Fire Commissioner to consult the LFC before preparing his draft Component Budget for the LFC for 2020/21. The Mayor is proposing to provide funding of £399.3m for the London Fire Commissioner in that year. This report provides a proposed Budget Submission to the Mayor that will meet that financial requirement.
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.