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Home Fire Safety Visit
Every year in the Grampian Area the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service deal with approximately 827 fires in the home, of which 122 result in injury or death.
Smoke alarms are the first line of defence against fire. They are designed to detect fire in its early stages and can give you those precious few moments to get out safely.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service can provide a free home fire safety visit, and if required, provide and fit a free smoke alarm, including smoke alarms for the deaf or hard of hearing.
This safety check is carried out by firefighters from a local fire station, and will take approximately 20 minutes. They will look at all areas of fire risk within your home, fit smoke alarms where necessary and advise you on their maintenance. They will also give advice and information on how to stay safe from fire, including kitchen hazards, candles, heaters, electric blankets, safe disposal of smoking materials and the points to consider when making a home fire escape plan.
To arrange a FREE home fire safety visit and to get more information and advice on Home Safety go to the Scottish Fire & Rescue Service web site.
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