Two in three 999 staff say their employer encourages them to talk about mental health

Research from Mind reveals that emergency services staff and volunteers are over twice as likely to say that their service encouraged them to talk about their mental health, compared to four years ago. The survey, conducted to coincide with the...


New campaign warns ‘it only takes one accident’ to start a fire

A new eye-catching campaign highlighting the everyday accidents that can cause fire in the home has been launched by the Home Office today. Overloading electrical sockets, leaving a frying pan on the hob unattended and putting an electrical heater...


NFCC calls for change in legislation ahead of sprinkler debate

Ahead of a debate in Parliament on fire safety and sprinklers, the National Fire Chiefs Council has said that England is lagging behind Scotland and Wales when it comes to the inclusion of sprinklers and calls for a change in legislation. The debate...


NFCC supports call for evidence on fire safety design guidance for schools

The Secretary of State for Education, Damian Hinds MP, has today (March 8th) launched a call for evidence on the DfE’s non-statutory fire safety design guidance for schools, Building Bulletin 100 (BB100). NFCC is pleased to support the...

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