Safe & Well Visit (Hampshire)


Safe & Well is a free home fire safety visit to support vulnerable members of the community to ensure they are protected from fire risks.

The visit is conducted by the Hampshire Fire and Rescue service to: Provide a custom-made information pack on fire safety and reducing risk. Install new and check existing smoke alarms. Issue fire retardant bedding, furniture throws and nightwear where needed. Refer to other services for their professional assessment;

In order to be eligible for this service, a client must meet one of the following criteria:
Anyone who is over 65
Cognitive impairments – which would mean a person might not understand what to do in the event of a fire.
Mobility impairments – meaning a person’s ability to escape from a property in an emergency would be hindered.
Signs of carelessness with smoking materials – burn marks evident within the property.
Substance misuse – which may impair a person’s ability to exit a property in an emergency.
Hoarding or high levels of clutter – this can obstruct a person’s ability to exit a property as well as provide high levels of fuel to feed a fire.
Returning home from hospital and there are fire concerns in the home, e.g. burn marks on bedding, furniture or carpets. Electrical faults, unsafe practices with cooking and heating the home, the occupier smokes and there are no fire alarms installed in the home.

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User Cost/Charge Information
Free of charge.

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Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service

023 8062 6751



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This activity takes place throughout Hampshire

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