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Kitchen safety

More than half of accidental fires in the home start in the kitchen – it is far too easy to be distracted whilst cooking and then leave things unattended. Click here for our downloadable advice leaflet Kitchen Safety.

Top tips for cooking safely

Chip pan safety

Our advice is not to use a chip pan at all! A thermostatically controlled deep fat fryer is far safer, as it can’t overheat.

There are two main causes of chip pan fires:

Some advice if you have to use a chip pan:

If your pan does catch fire:

Toaster safety

Microwave oven safety

 

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