54m boost announced for act emergency services

54m boost announced for act emergency services

Police are set to launch a £60m upgrade of services across east London to improve access and efficiency following the crash.

The Mayor today launched £20m of support to support emergency services and emergency management and deliver more staff training in the areas most affected by the blaze at Notting Hill Carnival.

A total of £35m for the area will be provided by the public purse.

Mr Khan today announced a programme of actions 예스카지노that included:

A plan to extend the number of dedicated fire and rescue service (SFS) officers, bringing the total number of such officers to 794 from 482 during 2014/15

A consultation for proposals for a new dedicated SFS vehicle to replace the current fleet in the area

The building of additional vehicles for fire fighting support in other areas

The provision of improved funding for the provision of emergency medical services, including specialist teams

Mr Khan also launched £2m in community engagement funding to help support the new, emergency services on the ground

The Mayor’s statement followed the announcement of an external evaluation finding that the emergency services at Notting Hill Carnival 2014 were not adequately trained and up to date.

They concluded that the event could not proceed as an integral part of the normal planning of Carnival in the event of emergency, with the main safety system falling behind scheduled events.

The external review included observations that some services provided by the SFS were not being provided to meet local needs, that there was an inadequate response to an initial fire alarm, that emergency response times were slow, and that some emergency vehicles did not have the appropriate training and vehicles.

In addition the independent reviewer for the transport and local government spending review identified the number of police officers on duty at the event as failing to meet the standards nee카지노 사이트ded by the policing authorities, which should have led to further training and vehicle upgrades.

The Mayor said:

In response to the urgent demands put before us by community organisations, I’ve asked us to undertake an independent review of the event.

In response, we’ve asked the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Council to carry out an emergency planning meeting to consider the best use of its police officers, fire service staff and emergency and emergency transport resources.

The Government will commit to supporting our partners at Notting Hill Carnival as they move to respond to the events, including through increased funding in 2017/18.

The Mayor’s statement added:

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