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Book a home fire safety visit

Upon request, North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service can carry out a home fire safety visit to your home, completely free of charge. This visit involves fire service staff coming to your home to give you advice on fire safety in the home, actions you can take to reduce the risk of fire, and discuss escape routes should fire occur.

As part of the visit the fire service staff may identify that you need smoke alarms fitting in your home if you don’t already have them, or that existing faulty alarms need replacing.

You can book a home fire safety risk visit by filling in the form below or by calling our Fire Safety Advice Line on 01609 788545.

How we use your information:

North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service (Authority) as the data controller will process your information in line with relevant data protection laws. To find out more about how we will use the information you provide on this form and for the visit please view our  Privacy Notice here:

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If you are requesting a visit on behalf of someone else please ensure you have the occupier’s permission. If you wish to make a safeguarding referral please contact our safeguarding team 

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