Smart Smoke Alarms
Be compliant and keep your tenants safe!
New Smoke Alarm Legislation (Source documents)
- Fire and Emergency Services (Domestic Smoke Alarms) Amendment Bill 2016
- Building Fire Safety (Domestic Smoke Alarms) Legislation Amendment Regulation 2016
From 1 January 2017: Requirements for existing dwellings.
When replacing smoke alarms, they must be of a photoelectric type, which complies with
Australian Standard (AS) 3786-2014.
From 1 January 2022
Smoke alarms in all dwellings must:
- be interconnected with every other smoke alarm in the dwelling so all activate together.
- be photoelectric, not an ionisation sensor
- Be installed in each bedroom and in hallways, which connect bedrooms
- Be hardwired (240 volt) or powered by a non-removable 10-year battery
IoT Australasia is offering you a worry-free Annual Compliance Service, which includes:
- Service & clean smoke alarms (and change 9 volt batteries as required)
- A compliance report, once we ensure you meet all legislative requirements (listed above).
- Attending to faulty alarms as required.