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If your enquiry is not urgent, here you will find our general telephone number and contact form.

You will also find contact details for teams who can help with specific enquiries about safety, educational visits, communication and recruitment.

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(Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm)

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(Please be aware the mailboxes are not monitored 24/7 so you may experience a delay in response).

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

I have a concern about a fire risk in a business or flats – who do I tell?

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If you are concerned about a possible fire risk, please let us know. Our fire safety inspectors will investigate or give advice as appropriate. Please contact the local fire safety office with as much information as you can. If the concern is serious and outside of normal working hours, dial 999.
– Location is in Wycombe or South Bucks, please click here.
– Location is in Aylesbury or South Bucks, please click here.
– Location is in Milton Keynes, please click here.

Can you recommend a fire safety training provider?

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As a regulatory authority we can not recommend a training provider or provide training. There are many organisations that provide training either at a central venue, or your business. When selecting a provider and course, consider any significant findings from your fire risk assessment and your procedures.

Do you run fire safety training courses – for example, use of extinguishers/how to complete a fire risk assessment?

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As a regulatory authority we are not allowed to provide training or conduct risk assessments as this could lead to a conflict of interest.

Do I need to notify you about building works or plans for new buildings?

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No. Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service are statutory consultees, which means that we are consulted by the Local Authority Building Control or Approved Inspector responsible for signing off the construction work. We are notified of all building work through this process, so you only need to deal with one point of contact.