TfL fire hazards (1)

Meeting: 
MQT on 2020-03-19
Session date: 
March 19, 2020
Reference: 
2020/1339
Question By: 
Andrew Dismore
Organisation: 
Labour Group
Asked Of: 
The Mayor

Question

For each station on the London Underground and London Overground networks, how many a) notices of deficiency and b) enforcement notices have been received from London Fire Brigade in each year from 2010 to the present?

Answers

Answer for TfL fire hazards (1)
TfL fire hazards (1)

TfL fire hazards (1)

Answered By: 
The Mayor

Please find attached the information requested. 

Safety is Transport for London’s (TfL’s) top priority and it has stringent regulations and standards in place to ensure the safety of customers and staff. 

TfL works very closely with the London Fire Brigade (LFB) to identify any issues relating to fire safety. The LFB carries out well over 100 unannounced inspections on London Underground stations every year to identify any potential issues. The majority of these do not result in any action. On a small number of occasions the LFB has taken action, such as issuing TfL with a Notice of Fire Deficiency or an Enforcement Notice. 

In these instances, TfL works in close collaboration with the LFB to understand the issues identified and address them quickly. Lessons from the LFB’s action are shared to ensure they are adopted across all stations. This is part of the rigorous management regime which has contributed to TfL’s good safety record.