Categories: scottish fire and rescue service
Remember remember... Safety first this 5th November!
Make safety a priority this Bonfire Night. There are no authorised Bonfire night events on across the city, due to the current government Covid-19 restrictions, but we want to highlight that the safety of our local community and front-line emergency services staff remains paramount this 5th November.
Glasgow City Council (GCC), Police Scotland and Scottish Fire and Rescue are working together,
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service publish firework and bonfire safety advice
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) have published firework safety advice to keep you safe ahead of bonfire night on 5th November. With many organised public events cancelled due to Covid-19, people may be considering hosting their own fireworks display. SFRS have urged the public to follow the Government's advice, guidance and to follow social distancing. SFRS have published a fireworks code
Fire safety quiz helping you to stay safe at home
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) have launched a new fire safety quiz online to help you stay safe at home.
#TellUsYourWay success story for No Smoking Day
ng2 Estate Services Operative Foreman Mito Alvarez-Liddell took part in the #TellUsYourWay campaign on No Smoking Day at the Springburn Community Hub, and told us how and why he has stamped out the habit for good.
ng homes facilitate essential SFRS training in North Glasgow
ng homes have given the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service access to unoccupied properties in order to provide essential and realistic breathing apparatus training to firefighters.