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This report summarises the progress on implementing the Community Health Strategy (CHS), Healthier Futures, agreed by the Strategy Committee (of the former London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority) on the 13 September 2016 (FEP 2638) including developing Fire, Safe and Well Visit pilots in London. A full evaluation of Fire, Safe and Well Visits is currently being conducted by MOPAC (Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime) and the results will be reported back in 2020.
This report recommends formal approval by the London Fire Commissioner of the provisional agreement on London Weighting that has been reached between LFB officers and the London Regional Committee of the Fire Brigades Union (FBU). This agreement is attached as appendix 1. The agreement is currently subject to a ballot of all London Region FBU members; the outcome of the ballot is expected on, or shortly after, 29 August 2019.
Following a review and recent resignations from the Local Pension Board (LPB) this report sets out the proposed revised membership of the LPB within an amended Terms of Refrence.
This is the quarterly training update report, which is produced for the Commissioner's Board, to provide an 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 June 2019. Detailed status reports which show the position of each ‘A’ governance project are included within this report.
This report provides the London Fire Commissioner with the Head of Internal Audit’s annual opinion on the effectiveness of the London Fire Brigade’s internal control framework and details of progress on work undertaken during the year 2018/19.
Financial Regulation 13(m) (Internal Audit) requires the draft annual plan to be approved by the Commissioner. This report contains the draft Internal Audit annual plan for 2019/20, and is submitted in in compliance the Financial Regulation 13(m) for approval.
As part of the London Safety Plan, the Brigade made a commitment to undertake a review of aerial appliances. This included looking at the optimum location for aerial appliances, and whether or not aerials should be included within the Brigade’s initial response (i.e. that an attendance standard should be set for these vehicles).
A new version of Policy Note PN011 has been written, this note is a combination of the previous version PN011 Security measures at Stations and now encompasses PN599 Security arrangement at Brigade Headquarters. This delivers a single policy regarding security at all LFB premises.
This report presents the Brigade's Performance as at the end of Quarter 2 2018/19 (data to the end of 20 June 2018). This report covers the performance against budgets, key indicators, risks and projects.
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 June 2019, is provided within this report.
This report provides an overview and analysis of accidental dwelling fires in 2017/18, including the fatalities and injuries that occured. it brings together the outcomes of Fatal Fire Reviews and Accidental Dwelling Fire (ADF) Reviews with statistical data. It highlights focus areas for the community safety work and initiatives whilst also acknowledging work underway, and is intended to support continued work at all levels to reduce fire risk to londoners.