Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service
Be aware of potential risks and how to avoid them
We engage with Year 6 students across the county delivering safety messages in a fun and interactive way through hazards presented in a safe environment. For example, a simulated bedroom fire and rescue.
Our aim is to help children stay safe and learn valuable life skills. Young people are one of our best communication tools for spreading safety messages. They can share them with family, friends, carers, and the wider community and take forward these life skills into the future.
We are delivering seven crucial crew events in Norfolk throughout 2023:
999 is the UK’s emergency number, meaning you can contact the right people to help you in every emergency situation. If you call 999, you can speak to the ambulance service, fire and rescue, police and the coastguard. The operator will ask what your emergency is and help the services respond in the best way.
You should only call 999 in an emergency. Our emergency services work hard to help people who are facing very difficult circumstances, so you should only call when there is a real emergency and you or someone you know needs help.