East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service
Achieving safer and more sustainable communities

East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service logo
ctssof2
We would like your views on how, in the future, we deliver your Fire & Rescue Services. Please take a few minutes to complete our on-line questionnaire.
We have purchased land in Newhaven for the development of a new Fire Station. A joint project with Sussex Police & Lewes District Council. We are looking for your views.

Stay Safe with our safety checklists and safety advise on a wide range of subjects

Smoke alarms are the easiest way to alert you to the danger of fire, giving you time to escape.

They are cheap, easy to get hold of and easy to fit.

Home Safety Visits are a way for us to provide important information on safety at home, escape plans and what to do in case of fire.

Find out if you are eligible.

We are considering how we will be delivering your Fire & Rescue Service in the future and we will be asking for your views.

Find out more.

Controlling a fire as it starts is better than repairing the damage after it has spread.

Fire Sprinkler Week aims to raise awareness about fire prevention and control.

A fire or unplanned disruptive event could lead to the failure of your business.

We have some advice to help plan for business continuity.

Smoke alarms only save lives if they work. 70% of people who die in a home fire were not alerted by a smoke alarm.

It is essential that you test your smoke alarms regularly.

A statutory scheme that allows businesses to partner with local authorities, providing access to assured advice on compliance which must be respected by other local regulators.
This page was last updated on 28 March 2014
©East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service-All rights reserved