Talking Gas Safety tickets are a new innovation being marketed by parking enforcement specialists, Flashpark
If you take gas safety seriously talking Gas safety tickets are one way to bring overdue gas checks to the attention of tenants.
So far several social housing providers have signed up to the scheme.
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FlashPark, the pioneering provider of civil parking and enforcement solutions and landlord self-regulation, has launched a new product to tackle gas safety issues – the talking gas safety ticket.
The new ticket is an adaptation on the talking parking ticket, and can be placed on a tenant’s front door to warn them that a gas safety inspection is overdue.
Essential for any landlord, the ticket helps to protect tenants against the risks of carbon monoxide poisoning and other gas related accidents by ensuring that all gas fittings and appliances in the tenants’ property are safe.
The ticket contains an audio module that is capable of playing a pre-recorded message supplied by the landlord, and the sound is activated when the tenants press the play button.
The talking ticket – which has the appearance of a standard penalty notice – then informs tenants that the annual gas safety check is overdue.
The highly visible yellow ticket is extremely simple to use as it comes with an easy-peal self-adhesive back to make attaching it to doors a breeze, and is also waterproof to ensure it will survive inclement weather.
You, the landlord, has the option to provide a message in an audio file, lasting a maximum of 25 seconds, or can have it made by us on your behalf. Batteries are included with the talking ticket.
head of business development, Costas Constantino, has confirmed that the talking gas safety ticket is the latest addition to the company’s range of low cost landlord self-regulation solutions.
The company’s constant search for innovation in the sector has seen them become a UK leader in landlord self-regulation, and this new ticket looks set to cement that position.
Flashpark is the latest online facility that allows you to report unauthorised parked vehicles on private land. It also makes sure that authorised vehicles park in the correct spaces. Once you report a vehicle to us, and send correct photo evidence, we will send the vehicle’s registered keeper a parking charge notice – as quickly as two days later. When a vehicle is reported its registration is checked for accuracy and cross-checked against the police stolen vehicle register. At all times the driver is liable.©LandlordZONE® – legal content applies primarily to England and is not a definitive statement of the law; always seek professional advice. Legislation changes, so check dates on these articles. If you have questions go to the LandlordZONE® Forums