Tagged with Fire Safety

Remember, remember, to stay safe.

Remember, remember, to stay safe.

November the 5th is upon us and like the Diwali and Chinese New Year celebrations, fireworks often play a big part. Fireworks although exciting are obviously explosives and burn at high temperatures, so they need careful handling and storage. Bonfires also need careful management and should never be used for the disposal of fly tipping … Continue reading

Keeping Children Safe

Keeping Children Safe

Most accidents happen in the home, where we might think children are safest. Child Safety Week aims to help families understand the risks and offer simple ways that accidents can be prevented. Help us to spread the word about child safety! Safety in the Home Burns and scalds – Common causes of burns and scalds … Continue reading

Small Steps to Safety

Small Steps to Safety

This week is Child Safety Week and the message this year from the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) is Small steps to safety, all about making little changes at home to make a safer environment for your children and family. Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service is supporting this campaign and have written this blog to … Continue reading