Monthly Archives: November 2014

Advice for Landlords, Fire Alarms, Plymouth

A landlord who let out a property has been fined a five-figure sum for failing to ensure the premises was in check with fire safety laws. Mr Wayne Chodosh was found to be guilty of four offences under to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. He was sentenced at the Magistrates’ Court and subsequently […]

Are you getting the most out of your cctv? Plymouth

  Every day, criminals get away with crimes because surveillance systems are misconfigured or not working at all. Here are a few common mistakes that are made frequently and could be prevented. Working cameras It may sound simple, but non-functioning cameras are a problem. Has there been a power outage? Are they old? Were they […]

Fire Risk Assessments, Plymouth

What does a fire risk assessment mean to me? The piece of Legislation called The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 which came into force in 2006 is a fire risk assessment based approach where the responsible person for the premises or area where they have control must decide how to address the risks identified. So […]