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Home safety

The majority of dwelling fires which occur each year are accidental.

If a fire occurs in your home, your chances of survival will depend on how quickly and safely you are able to get out. Here you will find advice on how to prevent a fire, and how to protect yourself should one occur. Click on a picture to find out more.

Kitchen Safety                          

Pan fire  

Carbon Monoxide

 carbon monoxide detector

Candles 

Electrical Equipment

Burnt socet

Heaters and Open Fires

Heaters

Chimneys

chimney fires

Wheelie Bins

wheelie bins

Smokers advice

Smoking advice

Tenants Guidance

tenants guide

Petrol Storage

petrol storage

Escape Plan

Plan a safe escape

Holiday Advice

Holiday advice

Flooding

flooding

Power Cut Advice

power cut

Steps after a fire

after a fire

Residential sprinklers

sprinkler

Christmas Safety

Christmas fire safety

 
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