Missing or inoperative Smoke & CO alarms

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      Ken CorriveauKen Corriveau

      Whenever the topic of missing or inoperative smoke or CO alarms comes up there is always plenty of discussion and varying opinions on how this is best dealt with.
      We are currently trying to develop new SOG’S on how to deal with this should our duty crews discover a home has missing or inoperative smoke and or CO alarms. If anyone has SOP’s/SOG’s dealing with this and is willing to share your assistance would be very much appreciated.

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