When you have a fire risk assessment in place, it’s important to review it regularly. Circumstances can change, meaning that the fire risk assessment you have for your building may no longer be fit for purpose.
Not sure what you need to do to keep your electrical equipment compliant & safe? Here’s what you need to know about PAT testing regulations in the UK.
When do you need a fire risk assessment for a building? This article will help you understand when a fire risk assessment is a legal requirement.
Do you need to carry out a PAT test, EICR, or fire risk assessment in an HMO? This guide will show you how to stay legally compliant and protect your tenants.
PAT testing (often referred to as electrical equipment testing) is when electrical appliances are tested for safety. PAT testing can be a visual check, electronic test, or both. We’ve put together this resource guide to explain more about what PAT testing is and how you can use it to keep your commercial or residential property safe.
The rules for EICRs in Scotland are different than England, Wales & Northern Ireland. Here’s what you need to know if you need an EICR for your property.
After an EICR inspection takes place in your rental or commercial property, you will receive a copy of the EICR report. There are four EICR codes you need to be aware of, and this article will explain what these EICR observation codes mean.
New laws in Scotland mean that short-term holiday lets (like Airbnbs) will need to have PAT testing and EICR certificates in place. Find out more.
From December 1 2022, mandatory five-yearly EICR checks in Wales will become law for rental properties. Find out how this will affect you if you are a landlord
What do you need to do if you get an unsatisfactory EICR? And if you receive an unsatisfactory electrical certificate, what must you do next?