School fires

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Dear Cleveland Fire Brigade,

Under Freedom of Information Act, I would be very grateful if you could provide the following information. I am seeking to understand how many schools have been impacted by fires and whether sprinklers were present.

1. How many fires at schools have you attended in the last five full years (2014-2019 or nearest period, if not available). Please provide a breakdown per year.
2. Of the school fires you attended in this period, how many had sprinklers fitted?
3. Please provide a breakdown of the causes of fire by year.
4. For each year, please also provide a breakdown of
a. type of school e.g. primary, secondary
b. Any injuries or deaths
c. Extent of damage to school
d. Age of school
e. Whether cladding was present
f. How many of the schools at the time the fire broke out had received a low, medium or high fire risk assessment (or alternative classification if used)?
5. How many school fire risk assessments have you carried out in the last five full years (2014-2019 or alternative period if not available)?
6. Please provide a breakdown of the outcomes e.g. low, medium, high risk

Thank you for your assistance.

Yours faithfully,

C D Johnson

Info, Cleveland Fire Brigade

OFFICIAL:

Dear C D Johnson,

Your request for information has been received and will be dealt with, within the statutory timescales.

Kind Regards
Freedom of Information Officer
Cleveland Fire Brigade
Training & Administration Hub
Endeavour House
Queens Meadow Business Park
Hartlepool
TS25 5TH
01429 872311

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Info, Cleveland Fire Brigade

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OFFICIAL:

 

 

 

Dear C D Johnson

 

Freedom of Information Request

 

I am writing further to your email of 10 July 2020 where you requested the
following information:

 

I am seeking to understand how many schools have been impacted by fires
and whether sprinklers were present. 

 

1.            How many fires at schools have you attended in the last five
full years (2014-2019 or nearest period, if not available).  Please
provide a breakdown per year. 

2.            Of the school fires you attended in this period, how many
had sprinklers fitted?

3.   Please provide a breakdown of the causes of fire by year.

4.            For each year, please also provide a breakdown of

a.            type of school e.g. primary, secondary

b.            Any injuries or deaths – no casualties recorded against
these incidents

c.            Extent of damage to school

d.            Age of school – this information is not recorded

e.            Whether cladding was present – this information is not
recorded

f.            How many of the schools at the time the fire broke out had
received a low, medium or high fire risk assessment (or alternative
classification if used)?

5.            How many school fire risk assessments have you carried out
in the last five full years (2014-2019 or alternative period if not
available)?

6.            Please provide a breakdown of the outcomes e.g. low, medium,
high risk

 

Please see the responses in Red and the attached files .  Cleveland Fire
Brigade do not complete Fire Risk Assessments but we do complete Fire
Safety Audits which is the information we have provided.

 

 

You have the right to seek a review of this decision and a request should
be made to the Head of ICT for this purpose. The request should be in
writing with the grounds for a review and sent to the Head of ICT, at the
address below or email [1][Cleveland Fire Brigade request email]

 

Reviews should be made within 40 working days of our response to your
request being issued.  Any requests for review received outside of the 40
working days will be refused.  Please note this is in line with the
Information Commissioner’s own working practices.

 

If you are not content with the outcome of your complaint, you may appeal
directly to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for a decision. 
Generally, The ICO cannot make a decision unless you have exhausted the
complaints procedure provided by Cleveland Fire Authority.  The ICO can be
contacted at:

 

Information Commissioner’s Office,

Wycliffe House,

Water Lane,

Wilmslow,

Cheshire,

SK9 5AF.

 

Should you have any queries or require any additional information, please
contact me on the details listed 

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Freedom of Information Officer

Cleveland Fire Brigade

Training & Administration Hub

Endeavour House

Queens Meadow Business Park

Hartlepool

TS25 5TH

01429 872311

 

 

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