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Help Keep Your Loved Ones Safe from Fire in Your Home – Attend a Fire Safety Evening

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The Fire & Rescue Service is urging the public to come along to one of their annual Fire Safety Open Nights at Fire Stations during Fire Safety Week (5-11 October 2015).

The theme for this year’s Fire Safety Week centres around the ‘Dangers of Smoking in the Home’ with a focus on trying to reduce accidental house fires which are caused by the careless use or disposal of smoking materials.

The Fire Safety Open Nights are a great opportunity for the local community to meet their local Firefighters and get advice on how to make your home safer from the dangers of fire. Firefighters will provide advice on the safe disposal of smoking materials (cigarettes, lighters, matches); night time fire safety routines; fire escape plan; smoke alarm testing; candle safety; electrical safety and kitchen fire safety.

Firefighters not only protect our community but they are also very much part of the community. These Open Nights at Fire Stations enable our Firefighters to engage with their local community, give out important fire safety information to help keep everyone safe from fire and a range of other emergencies and also be on hand to answer any questions they may have. Admission is free.

Fire Safety in the Home Open Nights during Fire Safety Week (Northern Area Command)

  • Ballymena Fire Station Monday 5 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Kilrea Fire Station Wednesday 7 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Cushendall Fire Station Wednesday 7 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Carnlough Fire Station Tuesday 6 October (5.30-8pm)
  • Larne Fire Station Tuesday 6 October (5.30-8pm)
  • Coleraine Fire Station Monday 5 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Portstewart Fire Station Wednesday 7 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Portrush Fire Station Thursday 8 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Ballymoney Fire Station Thursday 8 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Ballycastle Fire Station Monday 5 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Rathlin Fire Station Monday 5 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Glengormley Fire Station Thursday 8 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Antrim Fire Station Wednesday 7 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Ballyclare Fire Station Tuesday 6 October (5.30-8pm)
  • Carrickfergus Fire Station Monday 5 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Whitehead Fire Station Tuesday 6 October (5.30-8pm)
  • Lisburn Fire Station Thursday 8 October (5:30 – 8pm)
  • Crumlin Fire Station Monday 5 October (5:30 – 8pm)

 

 

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