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In 2016 the Brigade introduced standardised audio visual (AV) equipment at all fire stations. AV equipment includes large wall mounted screens, associated sound infrastructure and blu ray equipment. This equipment, installed in station lecture rooms, has been used for a wide variety of purposes including briefings and various training activities.
The London Safety Plan 2017 is currently the London Fire Commissioner’s Integrated Risk Management Plan as required by the national framework for the fire and rescue service. The plan expires at the end of March 2021 and work has begun to develop a new plan.
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 first quarter of 2020/21. It provides an assessment of the adequacy and effectiveness of the internal control framework within the brigade.
This report seeks approval to refurbish Lambeth River Station, in line with the recommendations of the recently commissioned feasibility report. The proposed refurbishment will resolve issues around the deteriorating condition, layout and operational needs of Lambeth River Station. Undertaking this work will improve the functionality of Lambeth River Station to support its emergency response and collaboration role ensuring safety on the river.
The report seeks approval of expenditure to procure and award a new contract for a Property Helpdesk, Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM) and Management Information (MI) service. This service is required to support the new Target Operating Model for the delivery of Property and Facilities Management (FM) services to the LFB estate following the exit of the current FM Integrator contract with Kellogg, Brown and Root (KBR).
This report recommends that the Assistant Director People Services is given delegated authority to reach and implement pay settlements with the recognised trade unions covering 2020/21 which are within the 2020/21 budgetary provision for these settlements.
This paper seeks permission to undertake key assets replacement works at various London Fire Commissioner (LFC) premises to avoid asset dilapidation.
As part of the London Safety Plan (LSP), the Brigade made a commitment to look at the use of the Command Units (CUs) to: 1. Establish a more efficient integrated staffing model 2.Ensure that CUs are staffed by crews at the integrated station 3. Establish a revised staffing model that should create opportunities for Firefighters (FFs) and officers to develop additional skills and offer promotion opportunities 4. Make the CU role accessible to a wider pool of staff at all ranks
This reports seeks approval for a 36 month extension to the current Emergency Fire Crew Capability Service contract with Securitas Security Services (UK) Ltd to be implemented following the initial contract expiry date of 12 November 2020.
This report explains the work undertaken by LFB officers to date and the implications for the London Fire Commssioner regarding supplier relief due to COVID-19, particularly in relation to procurement and finance guidnce note provided by the GLA in light of the Cabinet Office's Procurement Policy Note PPN 02 entitled 'Procurement Policy Note - Supplier relief due to COVID-19 Action Note PPN 02/20 March 2020'
This report outlines improvements to our approach to operational safety management through alignment with national operational guidance (NOG). The improvements support the LFB Transformation delivery plan and specifically meet the recommendations of the HMICFRS through the introduction of Analytical Risk Assessment and other safety related components.
In response to the report in December 2019 by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (‘HMICFRS’) which detailed the inspection of the Brigade, and in particular that report’s recommendation that the Brigade should undertake a review of contract management arrangements of its major suppliers, this report details the review which has been undertaken and the resultant action plan, both of which build upon the existing foundation of good contract management practice