London Fire Brigade seeks tech tool to record ‘safety events’
Commissioner posts contract notice seeking to log ‘near misses’ and other incidents
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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