Fire Safety

Fire safety is incredibly important, the best way to deal with an emergency is to prevent it ever happening in the first place. We have compiled together a list of advice and tips to keep you and your home safe from a fire breaking out, and what to do in the event a fire does begin in your property.
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Gas Safety

Gas leaks are incredibly dangerous. A natural gas leak in a house can cause potential fires, and inhaling can cause natural gas poisoning. 

Here is some advice on what to do in the event of a Gas leak in your home.

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Condensation is a form of dampness which occurs when moist air comes into contact with a cool surface and water droplets form. 

Condensation can lead to mold, however it is easy to treat and prevent. 

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Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Monoxide poisoning is incredibly dangerous and can even be fatal. 

We have compiled information on how to spot a Carbon Monoxide leak, Carbon Monoxide detectors and Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. 

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Online Safety

More than ever people are aware of just how dangerous the internet can be, but staying safe online does not mean avoiding the internet all together. 

Find out more about simple steps you can take to keep yourself safe when browsing online.

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There are a lot of scammers in the world, and Phishing attacks are something to be wary of.

Phishing is the fraudulent practice of sending messages that appear to be from a trusted source in order to influence people into giving up personal details and/or banking information, allowing a scammer to steal your identity or money. 

Find out more about the different kinds of Phishing and how to keep yourself safe from them. 

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Domestic Abuse

In 2021-22 there were 118 incidents, per 10,000 population, of domestic abuse recorded by the police in Scotland.

Dundee City (172), West Dumbartonshire (161) and Glasgow (147) recorded the highest incident rates in the country. 

Find out exactly what Domestic Abuse is, how to recognise the signs, and who can help.

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Sexual Assault

Sexual crimes accounted for 5% of all crimes recorded in Scotland in 2021-22. This increased by 15% from 13,131 in 2020-21 to 15,049.

It important to know just what sexual assault is and who can help if you believe you, or someone you know, has been sexually assaulted.

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Handling Addiction

In 2020 there were 1339 drug misuse deaths registered in Scotland, a rate of 245 deaths per million population. 

Drug and alcohol addiction are serious problems in Scotland, however, addiction can be more than just drugs and alcohol.

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Mental Health 

Around 1 in 4 people are estimated to be suffering with their mental health in Scotland. Someone may not even know they are suffering from a mental health condition.

Know the signs and symptoms so you can get yourself or someone around you, you are worried about, help. 

Mental Health problems can affect anyone, you are not alone. 

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Bogus Callers

Bogus Callers are people who visit or phone someone under false pretences, typically for the purpose of committing theft or fraud. 

We have compiled information on what to do if a Bogus Caller comes to your door. 

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Emergency Helplines

A list of Emergency Helplines & Support available. 

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Dog Fouling

Dog fouling is a major concern, not just because of the mess it causes but also because of the health risks. Dogs can deposit roundworm eggs in their feces, which become infectious after about 3 weeks and can remain for up to 2 years. 

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Staying safe when using fireworks is incredibly important, that is why it is necessary to follow the Fireworks code and the necessary precautions for keeping yourself and others safe.

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