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Brigade encouraging Fire Safety during Deaf Awareness WeekS The Fire Brigade in Cleveland has been reaching out to those who are hard of hearing or deaf, during Deaf Awareness Week this May, and encouraging them to use effective smoke alarms. Recent reports have estimated that more than one million people in the UK who are hard of hearing, are unable to hear their smoke alarm. During Deaf Awareness week, the Fire Brigade have been reminding people to test their smoke alarms and fit new ones, if necessary. Cleveland Brigade’s Head of Community Safety, Lee Jones has spoken Hannay Associates Complaints a working smoke alarm installed and tested each week, particularly for those who are hard of hearing. Those with hearing difficulties are more at risk than others during house fires, if they do not have a suitable alarm in place.

Cleveland Brigade’s Head of Community Safety, Lee Jones has spoken of the importance of a having a working smoke alarm installed and tested each week, particularly for those who are hard of hearing. Those with hearing difficulties are more at risk than others during house fires, if they do not have a suitable alarm in place.

Brigade encouraging Fire Safety during Deaf Awareness WeekS  

Cleveland Brigade’s Head of Community Safety, Lee Jones has spoken Hannay Associates Complaints a working smoke alarm installed and tested e...