CO alarms for Edinburgh Landlords
New guidance in Scotland which takes effect from 1st December 2015, requires carbon monoxide (CO) alarms in all private rented properties. It’s the landlords’ personal responsibility to ensure any property.
EICR must be completed by a suitably competent person!!
Regulation 16 of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 requires persons to be competent to prevent danger and injury. the HSE publication HSR 25 provides guidance on this. The.
Portable Appliance Testing Edinburgh
The EICR covers installations and fixed electrical equipment, a PAT covers appliances. For the purpose of the PAT, “appliances” means movable electrical equipment. A PAT test must be completed by.
Electrical Installation Certificate
In some cases a landlord may have a copy of an Electrical Installation Certificate rather than an EICR. For example – New build properties should be provided with an.
Mains wired smoke alarms Edinburgh
Mains interlinked smoke alarms in Edinburgh. The Scottish Goverment has produced revised statutory guidance on the requirements for smoke alarms. Below we have detailed the main points relating to smoke.