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27th January, 2021 - 09:10: Two pumps from Warminster Fire Station attended a diesel spill from a ...Read more

27th January, 2021 - 6.45am: One pump from Shaftesbury was mobilised to a report of a road traffic ...Read more

26th January, 2021 - 8.51pm: Corsham - Corsham crew mobilised to Box Hill area for a large fire tha...Read more

26th January, 2021 - 7.25pm: Market Lavington - One crew from Devizes was mobilised to Spin Hill fo...Read more

26th January, 2021 - 6.51pm: Bournemouth - crews from Springbourne, Redhill Park and Westbourne wer...Read more

26th January, 2021 - 6.16am: At 6.16am we received a call to alarms operating at a commercial prope...Read more

26th January, 2021 - 00.01am: At 00.01am we received a call to a fire in a domestic dwelling in Hill...Read more

25th January, 2021 - 11.18pm: At 11.18pm we received a call to a fire alarm at student accommodation...Read more

25th January, 2021 - 8.09pm: At 8.09pm we received a call to a domestic fire alarm activation in a ...Read more

25th January, 2021 - 13:24: Both Warminster appliances and one from Westbury attended an RTC on th...Read more

Business safety during coronavirus outbreak

While we all deal with the implications of the coronavirus pandemic, Dorset &Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service will continue to support the owners and managers of buildings and businesses. You must be aware of your legal responsibilities under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRO), and ensure that these continue to be met.

The Service is not carrying out routine fire safety visits during this period; however, please be aware that enforcement and prohibition work will continue.

Advice for Businesses during Covid-19 – Furniture and Fire Safety

Are you one of the many businesses that have been making physical changes to your premises to mitigate the risks of Covid-19?

Chances are you may have moved or even removed furniture to allow extra room between tables, travel routes, and pay points.

Ensure that any furniture that you have moved does not now encroach on an escape route, or obstruct a fire exit for customers or staff.

Any furniture that has been removed from front of house areas should be stored with care – out of sight should not mean out of mind! If storing such items back of house:

(Photos courtesy of Hall and Woodhouse)

Advice to businesses when returning to work

Now businesses are starting to operate again, there are some key fire safety matters for you to consider. This leaflet is designed to provide some helpful assistance.

The National Fire Chiefs Council has also produced detailed guidance to help businesses to protect against Covid 19 – click here to view.

Further assistance

Further guidance on carrying out a risk assessment is available here https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/making-your-premises-safe-from-fire

If you have a general fire safety enquiry regarding commercial property, please email fire.safety@dwfire.org.uk and the Fire Safety Team will respond during office hours.

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