London Fire Brigade seeks tech tool to record ‘safety events’

Written by Sam Trendall on 1 June 2020 in News
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Commissioner posts contract notice seeking to log ‘near misses’ and other incidents

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The London Fire Brigade is to spend up to £500,000 on a technology tool to record a range of incidents including “near misses” and other “safety events”.

The brigade’s commissioner has posted a contract notice seeking a “reporting e-solution”. The organisation is seeking a software tool through which it could log a range of incidents considered “safety events”.

This includes “injuries, vehicle events – including road traffic collisions) – environmental incidents, near misses and instances of contamination”.

The brigade is seeking to award a five-year contract, scheduled to begin on 5 December. The winning bidder will receive a deal worth an estimated £460,000.

Bids for the work are open until 29 June.

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