Category Archive: Legislation

Categories

Archives

Landlords: How To Minimise the Risk of Fire

Posted on: August 26, 2018
/ /
Posted by: admin

As a landlord, you have a number of obligations, including responsibility for the safety of your tenants.  This guide outlines your responsibilities and how to minimise and prevent the risk of fire. You should do everything that could reasonably be expected of you to protect your tenants. If you are a landlord of houses in […]...Read Article

Kidde Carbon Monoxide Detector & Optical Smoke Alarm Offer.

Posted on: October 6, 2015
/
Categories Legislation, Offer
/
Posted by: admin

Meet new legislation by combining a carbon monoxide detector with an optical smoke alarm, both powered by ten year sealed batteries. This money saving special offer from CertCo provides peace of mind for a whole decade! The high quality CO detector has test/hush facility with LED status indicators, while the compact optical smoke alarm features a […]...Read Article

It’s now law: private sector landlords in England must install working smoke & carbon monoxide alarms or face a £5,000 fine

Posted on: October 6, 2015
/
Categories Legislation
/
Posted by: admin

Did you know…? * Nearly 40% of fire-related deaths occur in properties without a working smoke alarm * Each year, around 40 deaths occur from Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning, in England and Wales * From 1st October 2015, you MUST have a smoke alarm on each storey of living accommodation, and a CO alarm where there is a solid fuel burning appliance  ...Read Article

New regulations for landlords could have gone further says CEO of Certsure.

Posted on: March 31, 2015
/ /
Posted by: admin

NICEIC and ELECSA believe regular electrical inspections should have been included in new laws for private and social landlords in England. Under new measures launched by housing minister Brandon Lewis, landlords will be required, by law, to install working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in their properties. It is expected to be introduced in October […]...Read Article