The Senate and House have introduced SF225/HF406, which establish carbon monoxide alarm requirements modifications for hotels and lodging houses. This would a result in a change to “provide and install one approved and operational carbon monoxide alarm in each room lawfully used for sleeping” and “replace any required carbon monoxide alarm that has been stolen, removed, found missing or rendered inoperable” before a new occupancy. We are closely monitoring the legislation and checking in with members, as it has not yet been scheduled for a hearing.
Please reach out to HM Director of Government Relations, Jill Sims, if you’d like to share feedback of how this would impact your business.
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