Shoo, Fire Safety, don’t bother me

Put your tapestries back up, break out the candles and incense, and plug everything you own into ungrounded extension cords: Fire Safety has ended inspections for the academic year! Unless your violation-prone domicile is one of Fire Safety’s “problematic areas” of campus, all students should be free from the risk of Fire Safety inspections for the remainder of the semester.

Fire Safety inspectors visited every room last semester and have no reason to do so again. They’ve also returned a whopping $3,650 of “inappropriate fines” that were billed to students, as a result of the WSA-created Fire Safety & Facilities Appeals Board. The WSA blog has details on these and other student-friendly Fire Safety developments.

Of course, Wesleying encourages neither starting fires nor pissing off Fire Safety. If you need a reminder of what can happen when you break Fire Safety guidelines, check out this important Wesleying PSA.

12 thoughts on “Shoo, Fire Safety, don’t bother me

  1. Anonymous

    hooray! I honestly don’t know what the chances were of my being undressed for all three FS raids I’ve experienced.

  2. Anonymous

    hooray! I honestly don’t know what the chances were of my being undressed for all three FS raids I’ve experienced.

  3. Saul

    Let the record reflect that the WSA does not condone “putting tapestries back up, breaking out candles and incense, and plugging everything you own into ungrounded extension cords” or breaking any other Fire Safety regulations.We do, however, hope that you might rest assured this semester that if you aren’t breaking any rules, the privacy of your home will be treated as such.-Saul Carlin, WSA veep

  4. Saul

    Let the record reflect that the WSA does not condone “putting tapestries back up, breaking out candles and incense, and plugging everything you own into ungrounded extension cords” or breaking any other Fire Safety regulations.

    We do, however, hope that you might rest assured this semester that if you aren’t breaking any rules, the privacy of your home will be treated as such.

    -Saul Carlin, WSA veep

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