Make the Call is an appeal to carers, family and friends of people at risk of serious injury or even death because of an accidental fire in their home.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) is now appealing to communities across Scotland to help save a life and consider home fire safety when checking in on vulnerable neighbours, patients, friends and family and to put them in touch with SFRS wherever possible using the free Home Fire Safety Visit phoneline.
Landlord Accreditation Scotland (LAS) is a voluntary scheme which helps landlords assure tenants that the tenancy arrangement they have adheres to the high standards as outlined in the Scottish Core Standards for Accredited Landlords. It is also a means quality landlords operating within these standards receive the recognition and support they deserve.
The standards were designed to be reasonable and realistic; landlords who already carry out good management practices will find themselves well on the way to achieving them. Once accredited, you are required to attend one of the LAS Core Standards training session annually. Courses are available around the country throughout the year.
How to become and Accredited Landlord Today?
You can apply to become an accredited Landlord by completing the online form here or by requesting an application form from the LAS office.
Next Training Webinars
LAS continue to host training webinars to ensure landlords can hear how they can continue to manage their tenancies using best practice guidelines. The next webinars to be held will be: