Welcome from the Chief Fire Officer
This month I’d like to appeal to residents to help us tackle the issue of deliberate fires and also take the opportunity to highlight drowning and water safety awareness.
Stamping out deliberate fires
With the lighter nights and warmer weather upon us, I’m making an appeal to parents to be aware of the whereabouts of their children and help us to prevent deliberate fires.
Deliberate fires endanger the lives of the public and firefighters, they delay fire crews from attending genuine emergencies, and cost the Welsh economy millions of pounds.
Drowning prevention and water safety awareness
The Service is supporting The National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) Water Safety and Drowning Prevention campaign ‘Be Water Aware’, running from 24 - 30 April.
This campaign aims to raise awareness of the dangers of everyday activities near water after statistics show that nearly 50% of people who accidently drown in the UK never intended to enter the water.Read more here
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