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This report recommends a contract model by which LFB Property can discharge its obligations under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 and related primary and secondary legislation. The proposed model will require the appointment of a Compliance and Audit (C&A) contract to support LFB Property in delivering a legally compliant and safe estate, with reactive works carried out under agreed schedule of rates.
The current LFB fleet of specialist heavy vehicles identified within this report have reached or are nearing the end of their planned serviceable life, as such, all of these vehicles require replacement.
This report proposes a new Inclusion Strategy for the London Fire Brigade (LFB) to be entitled our Togetherness Strategy, replacing the current ‘Safer Together’ Strategy. The case for a new Strategy was noted by the Commissioner’s Board on 26 February 2020 in the report titled ‘Delivering our strategy: Inclusion’. This paper summarises the proposal and accompanying communications plan will be proposed in due course.
This report seeks approval to award a contract for the maintenance and supply of gym equipment across the London Fire Commissioner’s (LFC’s) estate to Sportsafe Ltd as a call off from the MOPAC framework. The call off from the MOPAC framework achieves the aim of collaboration for services with other GLA members and will enable LFC to benefit from the competitive rates achieved through that procurement exercise.
The report seeks approval of expenditure to procure and award a new contract for asbestos consultancy services. The existing contract expires in October 2020 and the services are required to ensure compliance with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (“Regulations”) and the Asbestos Management Plan (Policy 694).
The LFC is required to prepare an annual Statement of Assurance in accordance with the Fire and Rescue National Framework for England. This report presents the LFC's statement for 2018/19.
Following her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) inspection of London Fire Brigade (from 22 July to August 2019), the final report was published on 7 December 2019 (the Inspection Report). The reprot contains a number of deliverables to address areas for improvement alongside two causes of concern.
This is the quarterly training update report, which is produced for the Commissioner’s Board (CB), to provide an update on the workings of the Training and Professional Development Department. These activities demonstrate our commitment to deliver the London Fire Brigade (LFB) Transformation Delivery Plan, to respond to the findings of phase one of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry and the LFB’s HMICFRS inspection report.
This paper seeks permission to undertake key assets replacement works at various London Fire Commissioner (LFC) premises to avoid asset dilapidation.
This report seeks approval to progress the procurement of a single bundled contact of soft facilities services in accordance with the London Fire Commissioner (LFC) facilities management (FM) strategy paper. This will require first aligning the existing contracts for security and grounds maintenance to the expiry date for the cleaning contract in October 2020.
PN800 Management of Operational Risk Information has been updated and provides current guidance to personnel on the management of operational risk informaion, including identifying and gathering risk information, other supporting information and recording it on the Operational Risk Database (ORD).
This paper presents the Brigade's performance against the London Safety Plan as at the end of Quarter four (end of year) 2019/20 (data to the end of 31 March 2020). This report covers performance against budgets, key indicators, risks and projects.