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This report updates the London FIre Commissioner on key projects being undertaken within the London Fire Brigade as at the end of March 2019. Detailed status reports which show the position of each 'A' governance poject are included within theis report.
The current London Safety Plan (2017) was approved by the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority on 30 March 2017 (FEP2723). The plan details how the Brigade will help make London the safest global city and is supported by a set of commitments to realise that ambition. Progress against the commitments as at the end of March 2019, is provided within this report.
This is the Health and Safety update and monitoring report for the year 2018/19, which also includes Q3 and Q4 specific commentary. This report covers performance against a number of key health and safety indicators and measures.
This report seeks authority to establish a Fire Central Programme Office (CPO) within London Fire Brigade that will deliver programmes of work on behalf of The Chief Fire Officers’ Association (CFOA). The outputs of these programmes will include national standards, guidance, doctrine and tools for use by all fire and rescue services in the UK.
This report updates the London Fire Commissioner sponsorshop policy, combining it for the first time with a revised version of the organisations code of practice on sponsorship and including a new checklist for London Fire Brigade staff to use when considering sponsorship opportunities.
The Brigade’s two fireboats have come to the end of their serviceable life and require replacing. This report details the broad requirements, the procurement process and makes recommendations as to the replacement fireboats being procured.
Commissioner’s Board considered a report on this issue at its meeting on 30 January 2019 (LFC-0125) and agreed a set of recommendations for trade union consultation. Fire and Resilience Board considered a similar report at its meeting on 12 February 2019 (FRB-0030), although by that time it was known that the initial proposals for consultation would need to be amended to bring them in line with the Mayor's Enviromental policy framework.
This report seeks approval to award a contract for travel and accommodation services to Corporate Travel Management Limited (CTM) under the collaborative National Health Service framework for Travel Management Services (SBS/16/SB/ZXS/892) and includes streamlining supporting business processes to reduce transaction costs.
This report sets out a formal pay policy statement for 2019/20 to be adopted by the London Fire Commissioner (LFC) in accordance with the requirements of the Localism Act 2011, section 38.
This report seeks approval to award the contract for the fuel cards and associated services to the Supplier named in Appendix 1 - CCS Award Recommendation Report. A joint mini competition was undertaken calling off from the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) framework RM6000 Provision of Fuel cards and Associated Services. LFC will be completing a Call Off Order Form in accordance with the provisions of the Framework Agreement for the provision of Emergency Services Fuel Cards.
This report seeks approval to appoint a contractor to complete works to the appliance bay doors at Wimbledon Fire Station.
This report seeks approval to accept a tender for the provision of ICT hardware maintenance and support (‘break fix’) and associated services.