Checklist – Building Maintenance including Tenanted Properties

 Is the annual planned maintenance programme up to date?

 Are gutters and downpipes clean and clear of obstruction?

 Are Exits properly signed, unobstructed and working correctly?

 Confirm that the switchboard and wiring has been inspected visually and thermographically by a certified electrician in last 12 months?

 Checked all portable electric appliances have been professionally tested in last 12 months to meet work place safety standards?

 Are all internal floors, carpets and steps in good condition?

Is the cleaning programme properly maintained?

Tenanted Property – policy requirements:

Section 1 and 2 of the Policy is extended to cover loss or damage to the building and or contents within the building shown in the Policy Schedule, in connection with the manufacture, storage or distribution of any controlled drug as defined in the Misuse of Drugs Act 1975, provided:
1. the building is tenanted, and
2. the Insured or person who manages the tenancy on behalf of the Insured has met the “Landlord Obligations”.
The most the Insurer/s will pay for any individual unit under Section 1 and 2 of this Policy is the amount stated in the Policy Schedule.
For the purpose of this Memorandum “Landlords Obligations” means the Insured or person who manages the Insured Property on behalf of the Insured must:
(a) exercise reasonable care in the selection of tenant(s) by obtaining at least satisfactory verbal or written references, and
(b) complete an external and internal inspection of the property at a minimum of three monthly intervals and upon the change of every tenant(s), and
(c) keep a written record of the outcome of each inspection, and provide a copy to the Insurer/s if a copy is requested.

DEFICIENCIES LIST

List any defects, who will fix them, and the time for completion.

Please understand that this checklist is intended as a guide only and should not be used in any other context, or as a replacement for tailored financial advice.