With winter now in full force, it is important for Australians to remember the dangers around the home at this time of year. While summer may seem like a key time for fires to occur, it’s winter that proves more deadly. Continue reading Protect your family from winter fire risks
Carbon monoxide is a tasteless, odourless, invisible gas. It’s also deadly. Because of its silent and undetectable nature, carbon monoxide poisoning is prevalent and costs lives. Continue reading Carbon monoxide – what is it?
With winter coming up and heaters going on, its important to be vigilant and ensure your family’s winter fire safety. Continue reading Don’t be fire safety complacent in winter months
Tens of thousands of homes across Australia are at risk of catching fire because of faulty, untested, or old electrical appliances such as televisions and electric blankets. Continue reading Be ‘SAFE’ to save your life and your home
Every week we hear the tragic news of life lost in a house fire or a family that have lost their home and possessions. Continue reading Just twenty bucks to save your life
With the cooler climate now taking full effect, the extra blankets are coming out, waterproof jackets are being worn, and heaters are getting cranked to their highest temperatures. The increased usage of heating equipment this season makes it important to reconsider your stance on fire safety. Continue reading Keep safe and warm this winter
In most states this weekend, Australians will be changing their clocks with the end of daylight saving. It’s a sign that summer has come to an end and we’re moving towards winter. Continue reading Change your clocks, change your fire safety mindset
Fire Action Week in Victoria brings timely attention for everyone around Australia to be prepared ahead of the summer bushfire season. We have already seen ferocious bushfires in New South Wales, and the Country Fire Association warns that parts of Victoria are at above-average risk of bush and grass fires this summer. Continue reading Fire Action Week is time to plan and prepare for bushfire season