Fire Safety Advice

Fire Safety Information leaflets

Fire Safety

Introduction

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

Fire Safety

Introduction

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

Fire Safety

Introduction

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

Fire Safety

Introduction

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 Wednesday 18 Aug 2021 by Alan Comber.

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