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Storage of combustible material in cupboards housing electrical meters and fuse boxes is another area that can raise the risk of a devastating house fire. Storing items close to the electrical equipment increases the risk of damage and overheating and then can help rapid fire growth.

Smoke alarms are the best way to give an early warning of fire in your home - yet it is still a fact that around 20% of incidents we are called to reveal homes that do not have a working smoke alarm.

Electrical fires can happen to anyone, anywhere so our advice is to get prepared and stay safe.

For advice on electrical fire safety and to try out our ampage calculator to tot up your appliances, please click here.

Consultation - have your say!

North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority is encouraging people to get involved in helping to plan how fire and rescue services should be developed in North Wales over the next few years.

The Authority is committed to making North Wales a safer place to live, work and visit but financial pressures on public services mean that difficult decisions are having to be made about how to continue to meet demand for services with dwindling budgets. 

The Authority is therefore keen to hear people's views on providing excellent and affordable services in North Wales. The Fire and Rescue Authority continually reviews and improves the services it provides, and as part of an annual planning process it invites everyone to share their views and opinions on its proposed

This is an important consultation that presents four key questions - what do you think? Or you may have another suggestion for providing affordable fire and rescue services in North Wales?

The questions we are asking as part of this consultation are to do with how we can ensure we provide the best service possible with the money we have available to us.

The more people get involved, the better our prospects of achieving the right balance of services in what we provide.

We've produced a short video to explain more and we're asking for views to be
submitted through a brief user friendly survey -please click here to view.

Responses must be forwarded by the deadline on 11th December

The Authority will consider its future plans in light of the responses received and publish the final 2016-17 Improvement Plan on the Authority's website by 31st
March 2016. 





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