Fire Safety Advice
Fire Safety Information leaflets
Download fire safety leaflets about barbecues, candles, carbon monoxide, electric blankets, smoke alarms, vehicle fires, flooding, thatched fires and more from:
Fire Safety advice for someone who cares for others in our community
Support for people who work in the care sector or care for others in the community; helping to identify those at risk of fire and how to reduce risk.Advice can be found:
Check if you're eligible for a safer home visit
The criteria to book a safer home visit carried out by a Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service prevention practitioner or local operational firefighters can be found:
Typically the person needs to live in Suffolk, can't hear a standard smoke alarm at night or is 65 or above or cannot escape from a fire without help.
Fire Safety for businesses, landlords, charities and schools
Information and advice on fire safety for businesses, landlords and other non-domestic premises including schools, community centres and shops can be found:
Last update on Tuesday 21 Apr 2020 by Alan Comber.