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What is Airbnb doing to help hosts make their homes safer for guests?
Through awareness and a few simple tools, we'd like to help make homes safer and put guests more at ease:
- Emergency Safety Cards. If a guest encounters an urgent or emergency situation, it's important they know who to call, where to go, and what to do. To help make this information clear and easy to display, we'll send an Emergency Safety Card to every eligible U.S. host who requests one before December 31, 2014. Request your card.
- First Aid Kits. A simple First Aid kit can help prevent small accidents from becoming big problems. Starting on February 21, 2014, Airbnb distributed 10,000 free First Aid Kits to eligible hosts in the United States. This offer is now closed.
- Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors. We’re encouraging all Airbnb hosts to install working smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in their listings. To help achieve this goal, we’re giving away a free combination smoke and carbon monoxide detector to every eligible host who requests one before December 31, 2014. For now, hosts need to have an active listing in the United States to be eligible. Learn more about offer restrictions and, if you're eligible, request your free device. While we encourage hosts to install these devices in their listings, we will not at this time require that they confirm that they have installed them. As with all equipment and amenities that apply to your listing, if you don't have these devices installed, we believe you should clearly and accurately tell guests in your listing’s description that your listing does not have a smoke and CO detector. We're always looking for new ways to increase awareness and help educate hosts about the importance of installing these safety devices.
For more information, visit our Home Safety page: www.airbnb.com/home-safety