Home Fire Safety Visits
To ensure the safety of the public and of our staff during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we have taken the decision to temporarily stop most Home Fire Safety Visits except for those where the occupiers are identified as being at very high risk.
If you, or someone you know is over 50 years old and smokes and either lives alone, has mobility issues or uses medical oxygen, we need your help to identify them. Ask them to get in touch or if you are a family member or a carer, refer them to us. We will undertake a Home Fire Safety Visit where possible. Make the Call, it could save a life.
In addition, we will also be suspending our attendance at external community safety events/activities.
With an increased number of people staying at home, it is important to remain mindful of fire safety.
Key advice on how to stay safe at home will also be available over the phone, by email, or via our website.
Please also keep in touch with any vulnerable family members/neighbours, and get in touch with your local fire station if you have any fire related concerns.
If you are contacting us concerning the changes in legislation relating to fire and smoke alarms introduced by the Scottish Government, please visit the Scottish Government website where you will find further information and a list of frequently ask questions.