For a free Home Fire Risk Check call 0800 0241 999.
What does HFRC stand for?
HFRC stands for Home Fire Risk Check
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 4 other meanings of HFRC in our Acronym Attic
- Haringey Federation of Residents Associations (UK)
- Healthy Forest Restoration Act
- Healthy Forests Restoration Act
- High Frequency Recovery Antenna
- High-Frequency Rotational Angioplasty (cardiology)
- Home Fire Risk Assessment (UK)
- High Frequency Regional Broadcast
- Health Facilities Review Committee (Canada)
- Heart Failure Research Center (Academic Medical Center; Netherlands)
- Herbal Folklore Research Centre (botany; Tirupati, India)
- Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites
- Hazardous Fuels Reduction Categorical Exclusion
- Home Fire Risk Check Initiative
- High Frequency Radar Division (Defence Science and Technology Organisation; Australia)
- High Frequency Reference Design
- Hot Flash Related Daily Interference
- High Frequency Receiver/Exciter (HF radio component)
- Hammersmith and Fulham Refugee Forum
- High Frequency Radio Group
- High Frequency Receiver Group
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Book a Home Fire Risk Check by calling North Yorkshire's Fire Safety Advice Line on 01609 788545, visiting www.
Anyone in doubt about the alarm they need should contact us on 0800 7311351 for a free home fire risk check, where we will also provide and fit, free of charge the relevant number of smoke alarms .
STAFFORDSHIRE Fire and Rescue Service is reminding residents that a free home fire risk check is available for anyone who wants one in Staffordshire.
He added: "It is especially tragic when a fatal house fire occurs and a free home fire risk check could have substantially reduced the risk of a fire.
To book a free home fire risk check, call 0800 0241 999 or visit www.
Firefighters replaced smoke alarms in the property Residents who have not already booked their free Home Fire Risk Check are urged to do so on 0800 0241 999.
This lady had not received a home fire risk check which we offer free of charge.