Seasonal Safety Advice

There are many things to celebrate throughout the year and the four seasons bring with them various dangers. Fire safety and prevention should not stop outside the home. Carelessness outdoors while barbecuing or camping can have fatal results. Fires can also destroy huge areas of countryside, people's property and delicate ecosystems. See guidance below

Barbecue Fire Safety Advice

A British summer isn't complete without a barbecue. Barbecues are social events and should be enjoyed, however, you should remember that alcohol and fire do not mix. Before you start cooking over hot coals...

Get prepared by reading our essential tips for staying safe >>


Water Safety Advice

As temperatures rise in the British summertime, you or your family may be tempted to cool off with a swim in a local river or lake or in the sea. However, did you know that in the year 2000, 54 children drowned in the UK? Stay out of difficulties by wising up to the dangers...

Make sure you know the DANGERS of swimming in Lakes and Rivers >>


Countryside Safety Advice

Every year fire destroys thousands of acres of countryside and wildlife habitats. Some fires are started deliberately, but most are due to carelessness. Keep the glorious British countryside picture perfect and your visit trouble-free...

Please follow our straightforward Countryside Safety Advice >>


Camping Safety Advice

Whether you're heading off to a music festival or are simply going for a relaxing weekend in the great outdoors, stick to these simple guidelines and keep your camping trip safe as houses...

Make sure you are prepared for camping by reading our advice >> 


Fireworks Safety Advice

If you're planning on hosting a fireworks party, be safe, not sorry and keep it free from accidents by following the fireworks code...

Make sure you and your family are safe during the Fireworks period >>


Bonfire Safety Advice

Please consider attending an organised event on Guy Fawkes night rather than risking the safety of yourself, your family and friends by having your own bonfire...

Please read our Bonfire Safety advice and tips >>


WINTER SAFETY

Winter Safety Advice

AThe snowy winter months can be lots of fun for adults and children, but when you're out and about in the snow and ice, there are serious safety issues to consider.

Stay safe this winter season >>

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Last update: 31/10/2012 11:57:11
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