Moore Stephens Consulting celebrates the 20th anniversary of its relationship with the London Fire Brigade.

Since our first involvement with the London Fire Brigade (LFB) on the Computers on Fire Stations project in 1996, MSC has worked with the brigade in the development of an expansive suite of integrated systems that support its daily operations.  These systems encompass rostering, attendance management, sickness management, incident recording, training, personal development and more recently the development of tablet-based assessment apps supporting activities such as premises and operational risk assessments.

Ron Dobson, CBE, QFSM, FIFireE, London Fire Commissioner commented:

Just as the LFB has changed over the years, the technology landscape within the Brigade has also changed considerably over the past two decades.  From the days of predominantly paper-based systems, the Brigade has transitioned to a fully integrated suite of leading edge systems that support the day-to-day operations of the Brigade and helps us to achieve efficiency and resilience in the services that we provide to the capital city.  A large proportion of these systems have been developed and implemented by Moore Stephens Consulting.
With a business relationship spanning twenty years, LFB and Moore Stephens Consulting have worked closely together and, as a provider of technology services to LFB, MSC has proven to be a valuable partner as we continue to maintain and improve how we serve, protect, interact and communicate with the public.

Below is a timeline of our work with the London Fire Brigade. To see a full screen version, please click here.