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London Fire Brigade has joined forces with Ghent Fire Brigade in Belgium in a project designed to make both fire and rescue services greener.
Brigade pledges to take lead on high rise safety following Lakanal inquest
London Fire Brigade has today pledged to play a leading role in promoting a wider understanding of fire safety among high rise residents.
Station Manager David O’Neill is part of London Fire Brigade’s technical rescue team, as well as being an International Search and Rescue (ISAR) team leader, he said:
London firefighters are set to showcase the vital rescue skills used at the scene of accidents by cutting up a limo in the heart of world-famous Covent Garden on 14 May 2013. Actors from Casualties Union will be ‘rescued’ from the limousine.
London’s hospitals with the worst false alarms record could be hit with a £700,000 a year bill according to plans being consulted on by the London Fire Brigade.
In response to the release of Sir Ken Knight's independent review of efficiency and operations in fire and rescue servicesn today, London Fire Commissioner, Ron Dobson, said:
The former owner and retired director of a Clapham health spa has been handed a four month suspended prison sentence and ordered to pay £30,000 court costs for breaking fire safety laws.
New figures released by London Fire Brigade reveal that there are more than ten fires a week in the capital’s care homes and sheltered accommodation.
New figures released today by the London Fire Brigade show that young professionals are having two fewer fires a week since the Brigade started using social media to share vital fire safety advice with the public.