If you, or someone you know is over 50 years old and smokes and either lives alone, has mobility issues or uses medical oxygen, we need your help to identify them. Ask them to get in touch or if you are a family member or a carer, refer them to us. We will undertake a Home Fire Safety Visit where possible.
Make the Call, it could save a life.
In addition, we will also be suspending our attendance at external community safety events / activities.
Key advice on how to stay safe at home will also be available over the phone, by email, or via our website.
Please also keep in touch with any vulnerable family members / neighbours, and get in touch with your local fire station if you have any fire related concerns.
We'll help you sort out a fire escape plan and provide information about smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms.
As part of our commitment to building a safer Scotland we offer everyone in Scotland a free home fire safety visit. We'll help you sort out a fire escape plan and provide information about smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms.
Get in touch with us, it's so easy to arrange:
If you have decided that you want the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) to undertake a Home Fire Safety Visit, it is important that you understand how your personal information will be collected and used, and what rights you have when it comes to your information.
SFRS have a full
HFSV Privacy Notice available on our website which explains all of this and if you have any further queries, please don't hesitate to contact us at SFRS.GDPR@firescotland.gov.uk.