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In the home, business, at Christmas and Halloween, fire safety events and information
The disposal of waste by uncontrolled burning is an offence except in the case of burning of Agricultural Green Waste. A burning permit is required.
Fire Safety in the Community
The Community Smoke Alarm Scheme provides free smoke alarms to vulnerable households.
Christmas time is a great time of family and togetherness. However it can also be a time of increased fire risk. In order to have a fire safe Christmas please remember the following advice.
Tips for a safe Halloween
Fire safety considerations in the workplace
Fire safety considerations in schools
About 50 people die each year because of preventable fires in the home. Every fire has a cause and most often, there’s a common-sense, simple method of prevention.
These videos are aimed at reducing fire risks within the home in rooms such as kitchens, bedrooms and living rooms as well as how to barbecue safely with family and friends.
They also give advice and guidance on how to check and test your smoke alarm, evacuate safely from your home, and how to call the fire brigade if you need their services.
Fire safety inside the home and outside of the home.
Attached are fire safety leaflets which contain important safety information.
A Home Fire Safety Check is a visit to the home to provide advice on how to stay safe from fire.
Safe management of events in premises and public spaces including on roads
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