Working with partner agencies to reduce drowning and serious injuries throughout the summer and winter.
Important safety information and advice
Serious house fires are thankfully quite rare. But if a fire does start, it can quickly cause a lot of damage and put the lives of you and your loved ones in danger.
Within these pages we have lots of information on how to reduce the risk of fire and how to take precautions against other hazards.
As the summer months approach, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) has launched a new safety campaign called Getting Summer Ready. The aim of the campaign is to educate the community on the dangers of cold-water shock and hidden dangers in our waterways, as well as promoting safe cooking and barbequing practices.
Have you any information about deliberate fires in your area? Details of locations and names of those intent on anti-social behaviour can help the fire service, police and local authority target criminality in your community.
Warm weather and lighter evenings are a perfect time to light a barbecue and enjoy time outside with family and friends. We have a few tips which will reduce the risk of fire during or after cooking.
There are several things you can do to avoid fires in the kitchen.