Aberdeen Bangladeshi Welfare Trust organised a Fire Safety Awareness talk on 10th of November 2019 at their community based training center for the development of local Bangladeshi community. The training center, which opened at the community fire station on North Anderson Drive on July 26, regularly holds courses like Food Hygiene, First Aid, Fire Safety, IT, Accounting & Book Keeping and Healthy Living for free of charge.
People from all walks of life including women and children took part in the hour long training course. The presentation (focused on Fire Safety at home) was delivered by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service was well received by everyone including children who had an opportunity to visit the Fire Station and see the equipment used in fire fighting. One of the services offered by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service is the home fire safety visits. If anyone wants to have such home visits or have Free Smoke alarms installed in their house please contact the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service at the North Anderson Fire Station, Aberdeen.
The presenters and participants of the event was thanked by ABWT training team and Aberdeen north labour MP candidate Mr Nurul Houque Ali and Deena Tissera who was also present in the event.