Staying safe at home

Staying safe at home

Home should be a safe environment. There will always be risks, but you can reduce these risks by taking steps to make sure your home is a safe place to live. Fire safety is important. So is home security. You can get free checks, advice and equipment to help with these things from the London Fire Brigade and Wandsworth Council's Community Safety Trust. Services like Telecare and the community alarm service, WATCH, are linked to emergency response officers to help people stay safe at home. You can also find information here about how to keep warm in winter and other issues.

 

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  • Community safety and crime prevention

    Adminstration Department, Community Safety, Room 270 Wandsworth Town Hall, Wandsworth High Street, London , SW18 2PU

    Telephone: 07884 114 831

    Description: Wandsworth Council's community safety team is one of the main members of the Wandsworth Community Safety Partnership (CSP), which delivers community safety and crime prevention services across the borough.

  • Heatwaves - health risks and staying safe

    Description: During heatwaves some people are particularly at risk of health problems, including very young people, elderly people and people with health conditions or disabilities.

  • Keep warm, keep well

    Description: Keep warm, keep well is a national campaign to reduce cold-related illness and deaths during winter.

  • Keeping cool during hot weather

    Telephone: 111 (for urgent medical help or advice when it's not a 999 emergency)

    Description: Hot weather brings health risks, so it’s important to be aware of how to keep cool and to be aware of anyone who might be at risk during the hot weather such as friends, family or neighbours.

  • Shelter - The housing and homelessness charity

    88 Old Street, London, EC1V 9HU

    Telephone: 0808 800 4444 (Advice line)

    Description: Shelter is a charity that works to alleviate the distress caused by homelessness and bad housing.