Landlords Hit With Fines For Ignoring Fire Risks

Posted on July 28, 2015

Landlands have again sadly been hitting the headlines recently for taking dangerous shortcuts in relation to their fire safety precautions. The failure to install smoke/CO alarms, ensure that escape routes are clear at a property and Gas Boilers not being serviced, can be extremely costly for landlords, in more ways than one. The government have […]

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Is Your Organization Protecting Staff From Legionella Bacteria?

Posted on July 2, 2015

The importance of dealing with the threat of legionella bacteria has hit the headlines recently, as Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has received a fine of £50,000 following the death of a patient who was infected with the deadly water bug. Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton received the fine after a […]

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Oil Boiler Servicing & Maintenance: What Exactly Do We Do?

Posted on May 28, 2015

Oil boilers require diligent care and attention to ensure that they are functioning correctly. Period. Gas boilers are of course renowned for having strict rules and regulations in place to ensure that they are up to scratch and running safely – but anyone with any knowledge of boiler systems will tell you that the costly […]

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New Landlord Fire Alarm Regulations

Posted on May 14, 2015

Landlords will be required to ensure that there is a smoke alarm on every floor of a residence as from October 2015, as well as ensuring that carbon monoxide alarms are installed in high risk areas within a property (especially where solid fuel heating systems are located), otherwise risk being fined up to £5,000. The […]

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Commercial Property Renting and Responsibility

Posted on April 27, 2015

There are numerous responsibilities by law that are required by tenants to ensure the safety and wellbeing of a building occupants, which is usually dictated by what is stated on the lease. But Precise Managed Services have put together this blog to give a basic overview of “the essentials” (largely relating to health and safety) […]

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