Vulnerabilities - need to be rescued survey
Would you need to be rescued in the event of a fire?
If you have a vulnerability and there is a waking watch in your block, it's important you let us know if you'll need to be rescued from your home if there's a fire.
What do we mean by a vulnerability?
It’s important we know if anyone in your household will need to be rescued in an emergency. If you think this is relevant to your neighbours, please prompt or assist them to complete this form. You may need to be rescued if you or your household have:
- Mobility issues
- Visual/Hearing impairment
- Large family unit
- Elderly relatives
- Young children.
How will data be stored and who will it be shared with?
We will collect the below data so that we can ensure you and/or the members of your household can be safely rescued in case of an emergency.
This information will be shared with the London Fire Brigade and fire wardens at your development (if applicable). We will keep this information for the duration of your tenancy/lease.
As well as being securely stored by Network Homes, this information will be stored in a ‘red box’ on site, which is only accessible by the London Fire Brigade.
Fill out our need to be rescued form if you have a waking watch
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