Check if you're eligible for a safer home visit
How to meet the criteria to book a safer home visit carried out by a Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service prevention practitioner or local operational firefighters. Answer up to 5 quick 'yes / no' questions on our website.
What happens during a safer home visit?
During a safer home visit to your property or the property of the person you're making a referral on behalf of, a prevention practitioner will:
- provide and install free 10-year smoke alarms where necessary
- give life-saving advice in the event of a fire in your home and explain how to make a fire escape plan for you and your family
- offer advice on how to spot fire hazards in the home, for example, the safe use of smoking materials, candles, heaters, electric blankets and understanding dangers from harmful substances.
- show identification when they visit