I was lucky to meet Inspector Anthony Picone from Fire and Rescue NSW as he shared the importance of having working smoke alarms at home, especially as we head into winter. It’s a good idea to have smoke alarms in every bedroom, kitchen and living room. Over 50% of fires start in the kitchen so make sure you “keep looking when cooking.”
Fire and Rescue NSW have their red hot fire trucks on display that the kids can get inside and check out. They also do an exciting fire demonstration which you can catch from 10am every second hour.
You can find our courageous Fire and Rescue NSW team on the corner of Showground Rd and Grand Parade at The Cathy Freeman Park.
Check out the video below sharing the importance of fire safety. You’ll get to see how huge the fire blaze can be when you add water to oil in the kitchen so keep focused when cooking. Stay safe this winter everyone and check your smoke alarms!