After the fire: What to do next?
A house fire is one of the most traumatic and devastating events a family can experience. To help cope with the aftermath of a home fire, Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) and the GIO have made available the new recovery kit with essential information about what to do once the fire is out and the firefighters have left the scene.
Download the recovery kit, After the fire: What to do next? (PDF, 1.3MB)
What to do after the fire
Now that the fire is out, there are a few things you need to know.
Follow this simple check list.
First aid for burn injuries
What can you do to help reduce the effects of a burn injury?
Learn how to reduce the effects of a burn injury.
Request for incident information
If you would like more information regarding an incident attended by the Fire & Rescue NSW please complete the Request for incident information form.
Download and learn more about the Request for incident information form.
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