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    Default Before sending off application form (Scotland).

    Hi guys.

    I have just about completed my application form and nearly ready to sign it off. I need to send my fire checklist to the local fire & rescue service (does anyone know how i go about doing this)?

    Also I do not have a fire blanket at the moment - do I need to have one in place before sending the checklist away/application form away or is it enough to ensure I have one before I begin minding?

    I am not planning on beginning my service for about a year but keen to get my application in now to ensure plenty time to iron out any issues that may arise.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated - Thanks in advance!

    xxxx

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    Try google for the fire and rescue service - they will all be listed and you should find the one local to you.

    Fire blanket will need to be in place before you start working...

    I hope it goes smoothly for you!

 

 

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