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  1. hi we moved into a house association property when we Received the property there was no fire alarms in property. Who should have been responsible for this as a company is renting out the house With my knowledge there should have been a fire safety check done and they should have fitted them as before I moved in someone else was living here and surprise when they renovated they did not fit fire alarms.
  2. As the Festive season is upon us please also remember the IMPORTANCE of ensuring that your. 1. Smoke Alarm is fully working (renew battery if required) 2. Carbon Monoxide Alarm is fully working (if fitted renew batteries if required) BE SAFE THIS FESTIVE SEASON
  3. I just came across a very peculiar situation has any one heard that some employers provide personal acctack alarms/rape alarms at work ? would u work for an employer who gives you rape alarm for personal safety
  4. hi, I'm really hoping someone can help me? To cut a long story short I rent my home from a housing association. Last year we had a devastating fire meaning virtually the whole of upstairs needed re building. Last august we moved back into the property being assured that it was safe and habitable. Much to my shock today I was informed during my annual gas safety check that I should have 2 wired smoke alarms in my property which was built in 1996- I only have one upstairs. Further more my alarm upstairs (non battery (operated) has been tested by an electrician and it is not working! I also have light switches that are not working. I am now feeling that my housing association have not acted with in the law by working with in the building regs. They have left me today with no working smoke alarms after promising to fix the problem today! I have been out and bought battery operated smoke alarms so I can at least sleep tonight. I would like some advice on where I should go from here? can I claim my rent back from living in this property which potentially isn't safe? Can I request a PAP test or a move? Any advice would be gratefully received!
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