Yes, if you do not own the fire extinguisher, taking off or damaging a fire extinguisher label is considered tampering or tresspassing, and could be punishable by law. This could result in a misdemeanor charge, fine, or both. The reason is, even the label of a fire extinguisher is considered property of the owner.
Is it a legal requirement to have fire extinguishers? There is no single law stating that a property owner must install fire extinguishers. However, the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires that anyone responsible for a property or a business with 5+ people must have a Fire Risk Assessment completed by a ‘suitably qualified’ person.
Is it required to have a fire extinguisher in your house?
You don’t legally need to have a fire extinguisher in your home. It is a legal requirement in rental properties and business but only a recommendation in your own home. However, it’s a good idea to invest in one, it can save your property burning down, potentially save lives, and perhaps even avoid a fire spreading to nearby homes of the bush.
If something is illegal, there’s nothing that’s more or less illegal. Something is either illegal or it isn’t. And yes, using a public fire extinguisher for anything other than putting out a fire is illegal. Yes, because littering garners the same punishments as 1st degree murder, you dunderhead.
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