Welcome to our Fire Safety Section.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service works closely
with several local agencies and communities to prevent deaths,
injuries and damage to property caused by fire.
We are well aware of the inherent challenges that face the Fire
and Rescue Service and in particular climate change and terrorism.
In the face of the global financial crisis that
effects us all in the forthcoming years, we will continue to
provide our community with the highest level of service (fire
safety in the home, work and the community).
Did you know…?
- A smoke alarm could save you in a fire.
- 90 people die each year because their smoke alarm is not
- Most fires start when people are cooking.
- Every 3 days someone dies from a fire started by a
- Broken electrics start about 7,000 fires a year.
Fire Safety Guidance Leaflets
- Fire safety in the home (PDF, 692kb)
- Rented or shared accommodation (PDF,
- Parents and child carers (PDF, 556kb)
- People with sight, hearing or mobility
difficulties (PDF, 755kb)
- Gypsies and travellers (PDF, 1.41MB)
- Fire safety outdoors (PDF, 611kb)
- Fire safety in winter (PDF, 725kb)
- Fire safety on boats (PDF, 1.45MB)
- Fire safety when celebrating (PDF, 411kb)
- Wishing you a safe and happy Christmas (PDF,
- Make your home safe from fire (PDF,
- Fire safety for students in rented
accommodation (PDF, 462kb)
- Frances the Firefly Book (PDF, 1.36MB)
- Frances the Firefly Height Chart (PDF,
- Frances the Firefly Colouring Sheet (PDF,
- Frances the Firefly Poster (PDF, 624kb)
- Frances the Firefly Sticker Sheet (PDF,
Please click on the links below for further fire safety
guidance and information: