More than 50% of the fires that we attend are caused by cooking.
Overloaded sockets and faulty electrical appliances cause around 7,000 house fires across the country every year.
Buying a smoke alarm could help save your home and the lives of you and your family.
Smoking and e-cigarettes
Fires caused by smoking materials are the biggest killers in accidental house fires.
Olive Branch Training targets people who are in contact with vulnerable community members within Staffordshire.
Older people are statistically proven to be more at risk of fire during the winter months.
Chimney fire safety
We attend numerous chimney fires every year. By having regular inspections and cleaning, these fires can be prevented.
Carbon monoxide awareness
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas attributing to over 60 deaths per year in England and Wales.
Bio-ethanol and gel burners
Bio-ethanol and gel fuel burners are becoming increasingly popular and currently no European standards apply.
Candles, incense or Bukhoor can help create a nice atmosphere and discard bad smells in your home but they can be a fire hazard.
Bonfire night safety
Bonfire night can be great fun for all the family but it is important that you celebrate safely.
Since 2006 14% of fatal fires in Staffordshire have involved hoarders.
High rise buildings
Fire safety in high rise buildings is of paramount importance due to the complexity of the buildings.
Fire risk to emollient cream users
Emollient skin products are safe to use, but can become flammable under certain conditions.