Our Team

Fire poses a great risk to homes and businesses. It can seriously injure or kill visitors, employees, or even your family members. It can also destroy or damage equipment, buildings, or stock.

Limerick Fire Rescue comes in to help prevent fires and related damages, injuries, or even death. We focus on providing information to our readers to help them prevent accidental fires and related effects.

We educate our audience to keep people safe in high-risk environments. Our focus is to provide the information you need to prevent fire-related injuries and death to help save lives.

We’re responsible for offering the information you need to take the necessary precautions to manage fire hazards in your home or business environment.

People living in homes or working for businesses at risk of fires are the greatest beneficiaries of our informational resource. The following factors can help identify an area’s risk of fires:

  • Geography
  • Incidence of specific homes or business premises
  • Types of homes such as manufactured homes
  • Characteristics of residents such as people with disabilities, older adults, low income levels, etc.

States with high numbers of residents who are smokers, poor, black, lack formal education, and live in rural areas are at higher rates of fire deaths. Most factors responsible for fire deaths are correlated without being mutually exclusive.

Census data helps us to target areas with households associated with specific demographic characteristics related to high fire risks. They include:

  • Ethnicity
  • Age
  • Employment status
  • Income level
  • Type of home
  • Homeownership

The U.S. Census Bureau’s American Fact Finder provides facts and information about populations and communities. The website gives you access to demographics of specific communities based on census tracts.

We reach out to people who can benefit from our informational resources on preventing safety incidents and their effects.

At Lime Rick Fire Rescue, we understand that children are at a higher risk for serious fire and burn injuries, including death. This is attributed to the fact that children have thinner skin than adults, explaining why they sustain more serious burns even at lower temperatures.

We also understand that most fire injuries and burns, and deaths usually occur at home. Therefore, we offer all the information you need to understand if you live or work in a high-risk environment for burns and fires.

We help our readers living in high-risk areas to take the necessary measures required to make their homes or workplaces safer.

Our audience has access to the information they need to protect their children from burn and fire injuries, or death.

Employees who often encounter routine hazards in their everyday jobs need safety measures to protect their lives. Ranging from excavators to power line climbers to employees who brave hazards, people with the most dangerous jobs can also benefit from our information resource.

People working in white-collar jobs have a negligible risk of an injury. They have a low risk of experiencing a life-altering injury. However, sitting behind a desk all day long has its share of cons you’d want to avoid to live a healthy life.

High-risk work environments pose various challenges and dangers to workers even as they work to earn a living. Some industries with high safety concerns for their employees include:


  • Construction
  • Mining
  • Health services
  • Manufacturing

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(510) 219-6414