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Fire safety at home

Knowing how to reduce the risk of fire and what to do if a fire breaks out is crucial in keeping you and your family safe.

Fire safety at home

What to do if you discover a fire

1. Raise the alarm

2. Evacuate the building, and call 999 when safely outside 

3. DON'T RE-ENTER THE BUILDING until you're told it's safe to do so by the Fire and Rescue Service.

Organising an evacuation plan for you and your family is vital. Do you know where your emergency exits are?

Everything you need to know in the event of a fire in your flat.

Useful information about fire doors and the important role they play in fire safety.

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