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Home Safety Week 2020 - be alert to alarms for a safer home

28 September 2020

Alarms save lives and in the event of a fire or carbon monoxide (CO) incident they can provide precious time to escape. The National Fire Chiefs...

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Introducing Fire Escape Hoods, Keeping Our Communities in the Humber Area Safe.

23 September 2020

Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) have obtained 92 fire escape hoods, to help protect local communities during fire related incidents.

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Fire Door Safety Week - shut the door on fire and smoke

21 September 2020

Fire doors are often the first line of defence in a fire especially when we are asleep and at our most vulnerable. Their correct specification,...

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Gas Safety Week 2020

14 September 2020

Today marks the start of the tenth Gas Safety Week coordinated by Gas Safe Register. The week aims to reach all gas consumers in the UK, however Gas...

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Your safety, your Fire and Rescue Service

9 September 2020

Our consultation is now open and we welcome your views, thoughts and comments about us and the direction we’re planning.

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Businesses urged not to overlook fire safety by National Fire Chiefs Council

7 September 2020

Businesses across the UK which have had to make changes due to COVID-19 are being urged to make sure fire safety remains a top priority.

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Attacks on Firefighters, Don’t Cross the Line

2 September 2020

Earlier this year, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, Humberside Police, East Midlands Ambulance Service and Yorkshire Ambulance Service launched...

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Driving down false alarms as more businesses reopen after lockdown

1 September 2020

False alarms account for around 40% of all incidents attended by fire and rescue services across the country.