Eid - fire safety advice
Muslim people in Cheshire, Halton and Warrington are being offered fire safety advice when they celebrate Eid on Thursday 25th June 2017.
Eid is celebrated to mark the end of Ramadan, a month of fasting, and the preparation of special celebratory meals increases the risk of cooking fires during this time. Nearly 57% of all fires in the home are caused by cooking accidents and there are 20 fat pan fires every day in the UK.
By taking just a few simple precautions you can greatly reduce the risks for yourself and your family.
Eid - fire safety tips
Ensure you have smoke alarms on every floor of your home - test them weekly to make sure they work
Don't leave cooking unattended and take extra care when cooking with oil, as it easily sets alight.
We also urge women to be extra careful that their clothing - keep well away from naked flames.
Eid cards - home fire safety information
We have a number of Eid cards which feature home fire safety information - translated into Urdu, Bengali, Turkish, Arabic and Somali.
Eid Card - Urdu/Bengali - (new window PDF 149 KB)
Eid Card Insert - Urdu/Bengali - (new window PDF 198 KB)
Eid Card - Turkish/Arabic/Somali - (new window PDF 161 KB)
Eid Card Insert - Turkish/Arabic/Somali - (new window PDF 247 KB)
Risk assess your home and be fire-safe
Complete our online home safety check and you will get a personalised fire safety plan, which will offer advice on how to prevent fires in your home.
Do the online home safety check
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