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Partnership working

At Careline we work with many agencies to promote safety for individuals who wish to remain at home including:

 -   Domiciliary Care Agencies

 -   Medical Services 

 -   Merseyside Police,

 -   Northwest Ambulance Service 

 -   Merseyside Fire & Rescue 


Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service is committed to making the communities of Merseyside safer from the risk of fire in the home and can offer fire safety advice to suit individual needs. This includes people who may have difficulties with speech or are hard of hearing or deaf. If you require fire safety advice for yourself, a family member, a friend or a neighbour, or to arrange a Home Fire Safety Check please call on freephone 0800 731 5958 (this service is free from landlines, however, you should check with your provider before using a mobile phone).

Be Gas Safe at home

With the winter months upon us, make sure you stay safe and warm in your home. Gas appliances that are left  unchecked could be dangerous and leaking carbon monoxide.  All of your gas appliances, including your gas boiler, gas cooker and gas fire should be safety checked once a year and serviced regularly according to manufacturer’s instructions. 


Find out more about the Gas Safe Register and Carbon Monoxide poisoning