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A photograph of two high-rise blocks in Ladywood in Birmingham
Tall Buildings and Grenfell
Information that may be relevant for landlords or building management companies related to high-rise safety and outcomes of the Grenfell report is available here.
View Tall Buildings and Grenfell
Several cigarettes in an ash tray with one still lit
Smoking at home can be risky, especially if cigarettes are left unattended. Stay safe by following our tips.
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A small lit candle on a table infront of blurred out lights.
Candle safety
Candles may be beautiful and soothing, but they are flames and need to be handled with care.
View Candle safety
Close up of an open fire with wood burning
Chimneys and open fires
Whether it's a chimney or an open fire it's important to keep it clean and use it safely to prevent fires or other accidents.
View Chimneys and open fires
Close up of a laptop, tablet and mobile phone stacked together
Electrical safety
We all have lots of electronic goods in our homes. But using them safely is vital to reduce the risk of fire in your home or workplace.
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A firefighter holding a carbon monoxide monitor up to the camera
Carbon monoxide
Carbon Monoxide - You can’t see it, taste or smell it – but it can kill you quickly, with no warning.
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A bed with a lamp on a side table
Bedtime safety
When you’re asleep, it takes longer to sense a fire and escape safely. We've got some great bedtime safety tips to keep you safe at night.
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Hallway in a home showing stairs and front door.
Escape plan
Having a smoke alarm is the first crucial step to protecting yourself from fire. But what would you do if it went off during the night?
View Escape plan
A pan with some potatoes on a cloth
Kitchen safety
Kitchen fires account for nearly two-thirds of accidental fires at home, but many can be easily avoided.
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A smoke alarm, carbon monoxide detector and hearing impaired smoke alarm
Smoke alarms
Smoke alarms are essential for every home and ensure you and your family can be warned early if there's a fire.
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