Safety advice

Keeping warm

Find out how to keep warm and stay fire safe this winter.

Countryside safety

Reduce the risk of fires and help keep the countryside beautiful.

Kitchen safety

The majority of house fires we are called to attend start accidentally in the kitchen. 

Business safety

Better Business for All

Help us help you comply with the law in the West of England- your opinion matters! Local authorities in the West of England want to save you time and money, and...

Fire Risk Assessments

Useful information on how to assess your business and keep your customers and employees safe

Fire safety for landlords

Find information on fire safety and law for landlords here.

Your area

Find out what is going on at your local Fire Station, get localised news and incident information, and find out how Firefighters are engaging with your community.

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Incidents

21 Aug

Crews rescue cow from rhine

Kenn Moor Road, Yatton Crews from Bedminster and Yatton fire stations were mobilised to reports of...

21 Aug

Crews called to deliberate fire affectin…

North Road, Yate Two crews from Yate fire station were called to reports of vehicles on...

20 Aug

Dog rescued from cliff face

Queens Road, Weston-super-Mare One crew from Weston fire station were called to two dogs that had...

19 Aug

Two rescued from kitchen fire

Hanover Court, Radstock Crews from Bath, Radstock and Paulton fire stations were called to a fire...

19 Aug

Two conveyed to hospital following RTC

M49 Southbound Crews from Avonmouth, Kingswood, Temple and Portishead fire stations were called to a road...

Alcohol and water don't mix

Shopping list and smoke alarm

Better Business for All

Help us help you comply with the law in the West of England- your opinion matters!

Local authorities in the West of England want to save you time and money, and make it quicker and easier for you to comply with the law. Local regulation takes many forms- it includes trading standards, environmental health, animal health, licensing, planning and fire and community safety. For us to develop a new approach to regulation we need your help.

Please take 5 minutes to give us your honest feedback about your experiences of regulation and how you think we can improve this at https://goo.gl/yD688N. The survey closes on the 30 November 2017.

By participating in this survey, you’ve made your voice heard and are helping shape the way we regulate you locally. Thank you for your time and input. If you have included your email address we will send you a summary of the results.

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