TALLINN - The Estonian parliament at a sitting on Tuesday passed a bill amending the Fire Safety Act and other related laws, and rendering carbon monoxide detectors mandatory in buildings heated with solid fuel.
The bill of amendments seeks to increase fire safety, raise people's awareness of their fire safety-related responsibilities, reduce the number of fire deaths and create more flexible opportunities for cooperation between the public and the private sector.
Local governments will be granted a wider margin of discretion in terms of handl...
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