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There are plenty of ways that you can reduce the risk of fire, or how to deal with a fire if you are unfortunate to have one, but these six simple steps will go a long way to making your home safer

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Protect your home with working smoke alarms

Smoke Alarms

Protect your home with working smoke alarms

Install them on every level and test them every week


Take Extra Care in the Kitchen

Take Extra Care in the Kitchen

50% of accidental house fires started in the kitchen

There are several things you can do to prevent fires in the kitchen


Check Your Electrics

Check Your Electrics

Check and maintain your electrical appliances

Consider registering your appliance


Smoke Safely

Smoke Safely

Smoking is the biggest house fire killer

Some simple steps can help prevent a cigarette fire in the home 


Make Sure You Sleep Safe

Make Sure You Sleep Safe

You are more at risk from fire when asleep. 

A nighttime routine will help keep you and your family safe.


Escape Plan Make sure you know how to get out in an emergency

Plan a Safe Escape

Make sure you know how to get out in an emergency

Don't forget everyone needs to know the plan

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Fire safety for carers course

Do you care for a loved one, a family member who has lost their independence through illness, disability or age?  

This course will offer Fire Safety advice and safety tips for the home to make your loved one safer.  

The course lasts for one hour and will offer advice on General Fire Safety, Bedtime routines and escape plans.   

For further details 



Contact us

Freephone: 0800 177 7069 
Minicom: 01323 462 002 
E-mail: enquiries@esfrs.org 
Community Safety: 01323 462435

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24 August 2020
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