If you live in a single property, you can follow these simple steps to help keep you and your family safe;
If you live in a flat or sheltered housing scheme with a communal area the fire alarms are tested, serviced and maintained regularly by a competent person and we carry out regular fire risk assessments of the shared areas of all of our properties. The buildings are designed with fire safety in mind and as such, in order to maintain this level of safety you should follow these steps to keep you and your neighbours’ safe;
For full details on staying safe at home then please get in touch with RHA Health & Safety Business Partner.
We are here to help you.
If you have any concerns about your ability, or the ability of someone you know, to safely evacuate your home – such as a mobility or sensory impairment – please contact your Neighbourhood Officer on 01443 424 200, who will arrange for someone to complete a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan with you.
If you would like more information on fire safety in your home, please visit the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service website https://southwales-fire.gov.uk/en-GB/your-safety-wellbeing/at-home/ – you’ll find more hints and tips on staying safe at home as well as a request form for a Safe and Well visit carried out by the Fire Service.
To report a fire safety concern to us, please call 01443 424 200