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Saturday, 3 May 2014

Fire Link news


Welcome to the May edition of the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service e-Newsletter.


Take Extra Care - measures you can take during the strikes


The Fire Brigades Union have announced three periods of industrial action over the May Bank Holiday Weekend.
  • Friday 2nd May, between 12 noon and 5pm
  • Saturday 3rd May, between 2pm and 2am
  • Sunday 4th May, between 10am and 3pm
We are urging residents to 'Take Extra Care'
Please make sure you have a working smoke alarm installed in your home and know exactly how to get out of your home if a fire was to break out.
Find out more about our 'Take Extra Care' campaign

Bank Holiday safety advice


Please put safety first over the Bank Holiday weekend - use the links below to access tips and advice on road safety, barbecue safety, DIY safety, caravan safety and camping safety. Have a safe and enjoyable Bank Holiday weekend.
Read our Bank Holiday safety advice

Your views wanted on draft plans for a new fire station near M53/M56


Draft plans and designs for the proposed new fire station near to the M56 in Mollington have been unveiled by Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service.
The proposal is to build the new fire station on land off Powey Lane, Mollington. As well as a traditional fire engine, the station will also house a number of specialist vehicles to deal with risks specific to the local area in Chester and Ellesmere Port, such as heritage buildings and industrial complexes.
The location near to the motorway network will also provide these vehicles with ready access to respond to other incidents across the whole of Cheshire.
Your views wanted on draft plans for a new fire station near M53/M56

Deaf Awareness Week


Firefighters are using National Deaf Awareness Week (May 19-25) to ensure people who are deaf or hard of hearing have the right smoke alarms in their homes.
It is vital that those people have the right smoke alarm technology in their home to protect them and give them that valuable time to escape from a house fire.
A range of alarms have been designed specifically for the hard of hearing, including an under-pillow pad that vibrates when the smoke detector is activated.
Residents who are deaf or hard of hearing can book a home safety check by texting 'HSA' and your name and address to 07624 808300.
Find out more about deaf awareness week and services for people who are deaf

Boat Safety advice


Firefighters would like to raise awareness of boat fire safety during May. The number of boat fires on our coastal and inland waters is relatively low. However, when they do occur, they quite often have devastating consequences.
Due to the remote location of moorings, the fire and rescue service can experience difficulties in gaining access to an incident. On many occasions, these incidents result in the total destruction of the boat and to surrounding property.
Please use the link below to find view some simple advice to ensure your boating activities are a safe and enjoyable event.
Read our Boat safety advice
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