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A Government announcement on further steps to reform the building safety system has been welcomed by London Fire Brigade, but senior firefighters also have concerns it has not gone far enough
London Ambulance Service and London Fire Brigade have announced a new partnership to boost the Covid-19 emergency response which will see firefighters helping with a number of roles across the ambulance service
Firefighters are issuing urgent #StayHomeStaySafe advice as millions of people enter their first full week of working from home amidst the Coronavirus pandemic
The Bill will amend the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRO) and will provide greater clarity on the additional areas which fall to the responsible person or duty-holder for multi-occupied residential buildings
London Fire Brigade will continue to provide a full emergency fire and rescue service to the capital.
Control Operators challenged more than 2,000 time-wasting 999 callers last year – saving London Fire Brigade almost £800k
Generation Xers accounted for half of all the people that died in smoking related fires and a third of injuries, according to new data from London Fire Brigade.
London Fire Brigade celebrated their Volunteer Cadet Instructors at an award ceremony and called for more to join up to help run their Cadets scheme.
Three London firefighters, and three from South Wales, will be strapping on skis for an arduous 1900km trek across the Antarctic.
London Fire Brigade has worked with Butterfly Books to produce a new children’s picture book that aims to tackle misconceptions about women’s roles in the emergency services