Electrical Fire Safety Project The Electrical Fire Safety funding has now come to an end. Thank you to Electrical Safety First for providing the funding to NEWCIS. Over the last year we have replaced 172 electrical items, taking out unsafe appliances and helping to prevent electrical fires. We have a limited number of usb phone chargers, extension leads and electrical blankets still available – if you would like to exchange one please contact us as soon as possible. Free Smoke Alarm The North Wales Fire Service offers you a FREE smoke alarm and installation service. This home safety check will help to keep you safe from fire. Contact 0800 169 1234 to register your interest or visit North Wales Fire Service. Tips on how to improved electrical safety at home: Make visual checks to your electrics with professional help. Take great care with your DIY. DIY attempts result in nearly half of all severe electric shocks in the home. Remain vigilant in the kitchen. Misuse of kitchen appliances is just one of the many electrical safety no-nos in the home. Remember that water and electricity are a deadly mix. The bathroom can be one of the most dangerous rooms in the house when it comes to electrical safety. Don’t use electrical gardening equipment outdoors until it is dry. Take the necessary precautions after a flood. If your home has been flooded, there is a high chance the electrics could be damaged. Visit Electrical Safety First.org.uk to find out more about preventing electrical fires.