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This is the Health and Safety update and monitoring report for the 12 month period ending September 2018 (Q2 2018/19), which also includes Q1 and Q2 specific commentary. This report covers performance against a number of key health and safety indicators and measures.
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 September 2018, is provided within this report.
The London Fire Commissioner (LFC) is required to prepare an annual Statement of Assurance in accordance with the Fire and Rescue National Framework for England. LFC-0090 presents the Commissioner's statement for 2017 /18.
LFC-0036x seeks funding from the London Safety Plan (LSP) Implementation Fund for a dedicated team of officers to focus on automatic fire alarm (AFA) reduction work and cost recovery by the Fire Safety Regulation Team.
The London Fire Commissioner appoints Mr Richard Mills and Mr Andrew Roe as Deputy Commissioners from dates to be confirmed.
In accordance with Financial Regulations, the Director of Corporate Services, being the statutory finance officer for the London Fire Commissioner (LFC), is required to report to the LFC on the Treasury Management Strategy Statement and Annual Investment Strategy it is proposed to adopt in the coming financial year.
The CIPFA Prudential Code 2017 sets out a new requirement for Local Authorities to produce a Capital Strategy. to form part of an authority's integrated revenue, capital and balance sheet planning.
LFC-0133 presents the London Fire Commissioner's (LFC) final draft revenue and capital budget for 2019/20 for approval. The report also provides an update on the actuarial revaluation of the firefighter's pension scheme and then presents revised potential financial implications for the LFC.
LFC-0128 seeks approval to accept a tender for an Information Service which will be delivered as a shared service with the Greater London Authority (GLA).
Report LFC-0130 summarised 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 third quarter of 2018/19. lt provides an assessment of the adequacy and effectiveness of the internal control framework within the Brigade.
This report seeks approval for the expenditure for external resources to deliver the Desktop Improvement Project. The key objectives of the project are to upgrade the Windows 2016 operating system, including the web browser. and allow for the upgrade of Microsoft Office software on the Citrix / 'terminal services' ('thin client') desktop.
This report seeks approval to award the contract for the purchase of two Portable Hygiene Units (PHUs) and associated services