High Volume Of Non-Compliant Residences Extends Carbon Monoxide Alarm Blitz

Monday December 16th, 2019

Posted at 6:44pm


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Windsor Fire & Rescue Services is extending the Carbon Monoxide Alarm Blitz due to the high volume of non-compliant residences in the city.

From Tuesday, December 17th to Thursday, December 19th Fire Prevention Officers will be going door to door throughout neighbourhoods in the city to ensure citizens have the required carbon monoxide alarms. If the resident requires one, a fire crew will attend to install the alarm.

Last month, Windsor Fire & Rescue Services received 360 combination carbon monoxide and smoke alarms from Enbridge’s “Project Zero” campaign to assist in providing at-risk residents with the protection that is required to maintain a level of advanced warning in their homes.

“We know that working carbon monoxide and smoke alarms can save lives,” said Fire Chief Steve Laforet. “Project Zero has helped us provide alarms to those in our community that may not be able to obtain them on their own, and Windsor Fire & Rescue Services is better able to deliver our important safety message and create a safer city.”

Tampering with or removing the batteries from your carbon monoxide and smoke alarms is against the law. Failure to comply with the Fire Code can result in a ticket for $360 or a fine of up to $50,000.


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