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This page contains advice on aspects of fire safety in your home.

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Smoke Alarm Maintenance

In West Yorkshire, 29% of smoke alarms fail to operate, mostly because of missing or flat batteries. Test the batteries in your smoke alarm every week, it could save your life.

Advice Leaflets

The link below will take you to the fire safety leaflet section.

Safety Leaflets

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Home Working

Working from home means you are spending more hours within your property than you normally would do. You may be using your heating more, creating an office ‘space’ and using…

Fire Safety in the Home

Smoke Alarms The easiest and best way to protect yourself and your family from fire is with a smoke alarm. We know that you are seven times more likely to…

Safer Communities Engagement

  West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service (WYFRS) looks at the way we work with communities in West Yorkshire. For the last 20 years we have visited thousands of people…

Safe & Well Visits…

During the Covid Pandemic we are restricting our safe and well visits to the most vulnerable in our communities. We will contact you to provide guidance over the telephone and…

Rented Homes

Introduction The following information may be of use if you are a landlord or tenant of residential rented property. The Housing Act 2004 governs housing conditions and standards in rented…

Home Fire Safety Query

If your question is relating to a beeping smoke detector, then there is already an FAQ page detailing the info RE chirping here: https://www.westyorksfire.gov.uk/faqs/