Our publication scheme provides information the Brigade routinely makes available to the public. Policies, budget, accounts, Fire Facts, organisational structure charts, performance data.
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LFB in a digital world is London Fire Brigade's information and technology strategy covering the period 2021-2023, updates the strategy for 2021 originally published in 2019. It sets out our digital priorities, and is refreshed annually.
The external audit of the draft statement of accounts for the year ended 31 March 2020 has not yet been completed by our external auditors, EY LLP. This due to the impact of Covid-19 and a required change in the methodology for specialised asset valuations (fire stations) and the need for the consequent restatement of previous year’s accounts.
Chart of the LFB top management structure, showing Commissioner, Deputy Commissioners/Directors and heads of service.
These are the London Fire Commissioner's draft Statement of Accounts 2019/20 which are subject to public inspection.
The period for the exercise of public inspection rights commences at 9am on the 1 September 2020 and will conclude at 4pm on the 12 October 2020..
PN563 - Special responsibility allowance (SRA) payments recognise staff undertaking dutiesin addition to those of their substantive post.
PN550 - The aims of this alcohol and drugs policy are to safeguard the public and employees, maintain the Authority's standards of service delivery, and support those members of staff who are tackling alcohol and/or drug misuse.
This is the first Modern Slavery Statement of the London Fire Brigade (LFB) and its authority, the London Fire Commissioner. It covers the period of 2019-20 (one year) and is designed in line with the requirements of Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 by informing those we serve, our suppliers, employees and the public.
PN559 - Control Staff Pay Rates
PN485 - The ICT acceptable use policy (AUP) sets out policy statements on the use of ICT equipment, ICT services, software, networks and social media.
Our Togetherness Strategy underpins and enables the Transformation Delivery Plan for the Brigade. It sets out how we will achieve our ambitious goals to improve diversity and inclusion across the Brigade for our staff, our communities and for London.
PN311 - The general guidelines of playing volleyball at stations. It also includes a summary table identifying the hazards that currently exist