365alive

Promoting a safer community for everyone through safety education and prevention work

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365alive is a Fire and Rescue Service initiative which aims to promote a safer community for everyone through safety education and prevention work.

365alive is a 10 year vision which was launched in October 2006. The aims are to:

  • save an extra 365 lives in Oxfordshire, both in the home and on our roads
  • save the taxpayer a 100 million pounds
  • make 840,000 people safer by providing education on fire and road safety.

 

The Fire and Rescue Service works in partnership to provide education on:

  • fire and road safety
  • home fire safety checks
  • smoke alarm fittings
  • arson reduction
  • fire-setter intervention
  • electric blanket testing
  • and education in schools.

If you would like to find out how the Fire and Rescue Service is performing against 365alive’s aims please visit the performance indicator pages on the 365alive website.

How fire safe are you?

Every wondered how fire safe you and your family are?  Complete the online Home Fire Risk Check on the 365 Alive website to find out.  The website also contains lots of useful fire and road safety advice, safety films, cartoons and games for children that can help to make Oxfordshire a safer place to live, work and travel.

Oxfordshire Fire & Rescue Service are on Facebook and Twitter

Follow Oxfordshire Fire & Rescue Service on Facebook or Twitter. You will receive a weekly ‘Test it Tuesday’ reminder to make sure your smoke alarms are working, along with fire and road safety tips, news and community safety events. Help make Oxfordshire a safer place to live, work and travel by passing on the safety tips to your family and friends.

Last reviewed
20 December 2011
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