NiE - Fire Safety

Devastating fires often occur in homes throughout Australia resulting in the loss of property
or worse the loss of life. It is vitally important that you educate yourself about the many dangers of fires and what to do in the event of an emergency or life threatening situation involving a fire.

Accidental home fires by their very nature can catch people unaware. The smoke from a fire can make you confused and it is very difficult to see in smoke. When you are asleep you will not smell smoke.By planning ahead there's a lot you can do to prevent a fire and stay safe in the event of a fire.



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