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Monday, 25 July 2016

Cheshire Fire And Rescue Service July 2016 E-Newsletter

Subject: Cheshire Fire And Rescue Service July 2016 E-Newsletter - Firelink


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July 2016 eNewsletter - FiRELiNK

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


Ready for the Olympics? Go for GOLD and be fire safe

In the run up to the Rio Olympics, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service would like to urge residents to GO FOR GOLD and be fire safe.

Check that you meet our gold standard by using our online home safety check to assess fire safety in your home,

Find out more - Ready for the Olympics? Go for GOLD and be fire safe


Independent fire risk assessor and Runcorn care home in court

An independent fire risk assessor has been given a four month jail sentence, suspended for 12 months, and ordered to pay £1,000 costs after 'paying lip service' to assessing a Cheshire care home.

At the same hearing before Judge Tina Landale at Warrington Crown Court on Thursday June 23, Surrey-based nursing home company Minster Care was fined £40,000 and ordered to pay £15,000 in costs after pleading guilty to serious breaches of fire safety regulations at Croftwood Care Home in Runcorn.

Find out more - Independent fire risk assessor and Runcorn care home in court


Summer safety

Stay safe during the summer months, use the links below to access fire safety tips and advice:


Biker Down courses

If you were the first on the scene of an accident involving a biker, would you know what to do? Would you know who is most at risk, how to protect the area or whether you should remove the helmet of a downed rider?

Actions taken in the first few moments after an accident can be crucial in minimising injuries and can make a real difference to the lives of those involved, but there can be some uncertainty about what to do in these situations.

We are holding a number of free Biker Down training courses this year. For dates and details please visit our website.

Find out more - Biker Down


Fire Station open days

Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service fire stations will be holding free open days over the next few months.

Find out more - Fire Station open days

Find out about your local fire station - where it is, what open days or special events they are holding and how to get in contact with them.

Find out more - Your local fire station

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