News

Is It Time To Test The Testers?

It’s been nearly four months since the new Smoke and Carbon Monoxide legislation came in to force, requiring that all private sector landlords regularly test smoke and CO alarms in all rented properties.As part of the new legislation, landlords are advised to check their appliances are in proper working order and to test their CO alarms in order...
Read more…

Stay safe this winter – looking for the signs of CO poisoning

In this news article we explain CO poisoning and looking for the signs of CO poisoning.Carbon monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas, with no smell or taste, that is both invisible and deadly. Breathing it in can make you unwell and it is estimated that around 4,000 people a year attend A&E departments in England alone because of carbon monoxide poisoning...
Read more…

Testing the system, smoke and CO alarms testing

As new Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Regulations 2015 come into effect, private landlords are now legally required to have working and regularly perform smoke and CO alarms testing in all rented properties.On the face of it the task seems simple enough, with landlords or Environmental Health officers required to simply “pressing the test button&rdquo...
Read more…

How To Test A Carbon Monoxide Detector

This entry is part 10 of 10 in the series It’s All Change On 1st October 2015It’s All Change On 1st October 2015Introduction To Changes For Landlords In England From 1 October 2015How To Understand Retaliatory EvictionsGetting Rid Of ‘Last Day Of Period’ From Section 21Time Limits For Serving And Using A Section 21New Prescribed...
Read more…

CO Alarm “Didn’t go off” Second ambulance called after first crew are overcome

Second ambulance called to help couple with gas poisoning after first crew are overcomeDevon couple Andy and Angela Foster had to crawl from their home and call 999 after a gas leakA couple who began to lose consciousness after a gas leak in their home called 999 only to have ambulance officers also become ill.Devon couple Andy and Angela Foster woke...
Read more…

Carbon Monoxide Detector Recall – Brink’s

GE Security, Inc. has issued a voluntary product safety recall of ESL SafeAir 240-COE Carbon Monoxide detectors manufactured between November 2000 and August 2002. These detectors may not detect carbon monoxide after one year from installation. If you have a Brink’s® Carbon Monoxide detector that was installed after December 1, 2000, please...
Read more…

Globe

Our extensive warehouse facility and offices in Mold, North Wales ensure that our products are readily available and can be delivered anywhere worldwide.

For more information call:

01352 860 600

Gas Safe Europe