Jersey's Fire and Rescue Service are asking people to complete a fire safety survey to help them keep islanders safe .
They say the results from the questionnaire will help them assess levels of risk and how to protect people in the future.
Included are questions on how many smoke detectors residents have in their homes as well as any carbon monoxide alarms.
The service is also asking islanders if they would know what to do in the event of fire or a carbon monoxide leak.
Once the results are all in, the service say it will help inform their Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) for 2020-2023.
This is something all fire and rescue services in the UK have to complete with the intention of saving lives, improving public safety and reducing emergency incidents.
Those wishing to complete the survey can do so here.