The Residential Tenancy Act does not state a landlord must provide an engineer’s report to the tenant, but it is recommended best practice. However, any building used for business activities requires the owner and the tenant to fulfil various duties under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.
Most importantly, they have a duty to consult, co-operate and co-ordinate with one another. Ask your building owner if they have had a recent engineers report from a chartered engineer to determine the building’s tolerance to an earthquake. If either party is failing to consult or co-operate effectively over building safety, contact your local council and/or the tenancy tribunal.