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THINK! Student Fire Safety Week 22-28 October 2018 


Date: 23rd October, 2018

With new students settling in to their new homes and new routines, and returning students getting back in to the swing of all things university and college, Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service is encouraging them to have a think about their fire safety.

In support of a national fire safety campaign, Group Manager Damien Bence said: “With all the excitement and opportunity that university life brings, fire safety might not be at the top of your list of priorities; however, in amongst all your studying and socialising, taking a few moments to think about your accommodation, how you use it and what you might do to reduce any fire risks, might save your life.”

By following these top safety tips, you can help make sure that your student experience is a fire-safe one:

He added: “Each and every university or college has a person responsible for fire safety. If you spot a fire risk or have any concerns, then you should speak to them.”

Further fire safety advice can be found at www.dwfire.org.uk/safety

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