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Smoke Alarms

Having working smoke alarms is the single most important step you can take to ensuring you and your family are safe from fire. You should also consider fitting a heat alarm in your kitchen. If fire breaks out in your home, early detection and warning could save your life, especially at night when you’ll be asleep and slow to react.

If you don’t have smoke alarms, get them now - test them weekly and never remove the batteries. For help and advice on the safe use of smoke alarms, arrange a free home fire safety visit from our firefighters. They’ll tell you how to keep safe and will even fit alarms for you free of charge.

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DELIBERATE FIRE-SETTING IS AN OFFENCE. DON’T ACCEPT IT – REPORT IT. If you suspect someone of acting suspiciously, recklessly or irresponsibly, call Scotland Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or call Police Scotland on 101.

Many fires, including refuse, grass, flytipping and wildfires in the countryside are started deliberately or are due to careless, reckless or irresponsible behaviour. It’s important to report hazards and irresponsible behavior so that fires can be prevented in our communities.

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Every hour of every day there’s a house fire somewhere in Scotland. You can help reduce the chances of this happening to you by booking a home fire safety visit. They're free and easy to arrange so book your visit today!

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