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UK Emergency Alerts, showing a phone with an alert on.
UK Emergency Alerts
Emergency Alerts are messages sent to all compatible 4G and 5G mobile phones when there’s a danger to your life, health or property in the area you’re located.
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999 BSL – UK Emergency Video Relay Service
999 BSL connects users to British Sign Language interpreters through an app or a web-based platform. They will relay the conversation to the emergency service/s.
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First Aid
First aid can be crucial for saving someone's life in an emergency. Here's some basic first aid information that might help.
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BT Relay Service
If you can’t make voice calls, there’s an emergency BT Relay Service you can use. You have to register via text or download the app before you can use it, so it's best to do that before you need it.
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Dialling 999 or 112
You always hope that an emergency will never happen to you. But if it does, dialling 999 and knowing what to say or do is important.
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