Mark Matthews, Assistant Director of Safer Communities, said:
“We want to hear from people who have had fires – however small – and those who have had a near miss – maybe you’ve accidentally knocked over a candle or forgotten you have food on the hob. We’d like to find out what was going on just before that happened – where you distracted by something? Had you put a timer on or fallen asleep? All of this information means we can think about new ways to help people stay safe in their homes.”
Come and see us
Please come down and see us if you have questions about fire safety, smoke alarms or want to take part in the survey face to face.
- Eastbourne – Arndale Centre 3 November 2017
- Hastings – Priory Meadow 10 November 2017
- Brighton - Jubilee Library 17 November 2017
The Service will also be promoting Home Safety Visits. Our specially trained staff will visit your home and give you advice on how to reduce the risk of having a fire.
Contact us if you or someone you know would like to find out more.
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Latest Update : 19 October 2017