FIRE safety messages are to be delivered to every house in Kirklees.
A leaflet will invite every householder to apply for a free home fire safety check from West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.
The leaflets will be delivered in March with the annual Council Tax information.
It is one of a number of joint initiatives being undertaken this year to raise fire safety standards in Kirklees.
Clr Andrew Pinnock, the Cabinet member with responsibility for building control, said: "Fire safety is one of the key areas for building control.
"I am happy to support this scheme which will help people to take simple measures and make their homes safer."
Senior fire safety officer Nigel Charlston said: "The key aim of our risk reduction strategy is to gain access into homes to carry out a home fire safety check.
"This is a visit aimed at reducing the risk of a fire, providing an early warning with the provision of smoke alarms and other safety measures, and creating a fire escape plan."
The leaflets are from Kirklees Social Services and building control, in partnership with West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.
They will be available at all Kirklees Information Points, Social Services Information Points and libraries. For an inspection ring 0800 587 4536 or complete the form on the back of the leaflet.