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More home safety advice


E-bikes and E-scooters and Lithium Batteries

Charging e-bikes and e-scooters safely is very important. If not done right, it could start a fire. This could be dangerous for you, your family, and your home. So, always be careful when charging.

Guide to Fire Safety for E-bikes and E-scooters

Battery Disposal

Batteries can cause fires if you throw them in your normal recycling or general waste bin – so it’s really important to recycle them properly.

Battery Disposal Advice

Cooking Fire


More than half of accidental fires at home start in the kitchen.

Many kitchen fires happen when people are not paying attention or they leave things unattended.

Find out how to keep safe while you are cooking and what to do if a fire starts in your kitchen.

Cigarettes and smoking


Cigarettes and other smoking products cause a third of all accidental fire fatalities in the home – the biggest killer in accidental fires. Many can be easily prevented by simply taking more care.

Find out about some ways to smoke safely.

Electric Plugs


Check your electrical appliances and reduce the risk of fire for your family or housemates.

Our electrical safety advice includes how to register your appliances to receive notifications of product safety recalls.