How to Know Your State Laws And Legislation About Fire Protection

How to Know Your State Laws And Legislation About Fire Protection

Do you know the Fire Safety Laws and Legislation in your state?

Some states require carbon monoxide detectors in all homes. Some states require both smoke alarms and carbon detectors and a few of them other safety products. No matter where you live or work, it’s important to know the latest fire and carbon safety laws and legislation in your state. Knowing the laws and legislation in your state can ensure that you will not get fines or penalties, and more importantly, it can save your life and the life of others.

If you go to Kidde's website you can easily click on your state to find out the fire and safety laws and legislation. Below is a map on kidde's website. All you have to do is click your state and you will get information on the fire safety laws in that state.

For example; if you clicked on California an example of a legislation that is in effect is: 

Effective January 1, 2017, Requires CO alarms in all existing hotels and motels having a fuel burning appliance or attached garage.

Fire Safety Law and Legislation


Click here to view you're laws in legislation requirements in your state


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