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24th October, 2021 - 14.18: A fire crew from Bridport responded to an alarm activation in a domest...Read more

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24th October, 2021 - 10.15: A fire crew from Ferndown responded to an alarm activation at a reside...Read more

23rd October, 2021 - 4:43pm: Chippenham - A crew from Chippenham are currently in attendance at a c...Read more

23rd October, 2021 - 2:10pm: Wareham - Two crews from Wareham and Poole are in attendance at a road...Read more

23rd October, 2021 - 11:59am: Poole - A crew from Poole have attended a bonfire at a domestic proper...Read more

23rd October, 2021 - 11:44: The Brittox, Devizes - A crew from Devizes have attended a retail prop...Read more

20th October, 2021 - 15:41: At 15:41 Crews from Salisbury and Wilton attended a 2 vehicle road tra...Read more

20th October, 2021 - 08:14: At 08:14 Crew from Swindon attended to 2 adults who were shut in a lif...Read more

Advice for carers

If you care for a loved one, or work in the care sector, there is much you can do to help keep the person you care for safe.

Click here to download our Person Centred Fire Risk Assessment Guide

Anyone who needs care support is particularly vulnerable to the dangers of fire, for a variety of reasons:

To give the best possible care, you need to:

We offer free Safe & Well visits, where we come to the home at a convenient time to see what we can do together to make you or the person you care for safer. We will fit free smoke alarms where required.

The appointment normally lasts about an hour and covers topics such as using electricity safely, cooking safely, making an escape plan, what to do if there is a fire and night-time routines. We can also identify and discuss any further support you may need if necessary.

To request a free Safe and Well Visit, please call 0800 038 2323 or click here.

If you are a support worker providing care, there are some extra steps to take:

It’s also a good idea to get some training on how to recognise fire risks. This will help you to spot signs that may indicate the person you care for is at risk of injury from fire and what steps you can take to reduce those risks. There’s a good free online course available at www.tsa-voice.org.uk/fire-safety-in-the-home

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