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Media Release 1st February 2024

SATS ENTERS A NEW JOINT VENTURE WITH SAS (SMOKE ALARM SOLUTIONS)  Brisbane, 1st February 2024- SATS (Smoke Alarm Testing Services) and SAS (Smoke Alarm Solutions) have entered a joint venture to provide SAS (Smoke Alarm Solutions) with a software solution along with ongoing operational guidance. SAS will remain the majority shareholder in the newly formed […]


We are excited to share some great news with our loyal customers across Australia and New Zealand.

Reducing fire-related deaths

Reducing fire-related deaths may be as simple as having working Smoke Alarms. Working Smoke Alarms in your home can decrease your chances of perishing in a fire by half. SMOKE ALARMS SAVE LIVES If you have a fire in your home, in as little as 30 seconds a small flame can become a major fire […]

Working from home

Working from home is the new reality for many of us as we learn to live with COVID. It’s important to do everything you can to make your home as safe as possible. Working from home can pose many challenges for people. Whether it is working around home-schooling, partners also working from home or having […]

Dead Air Space

Smoke Alarms are vital for your home. They are made to be installed on ceilings (and when necessary, on walls) to detect smoke. However, there are areas in your home where they should not be installed, in the dead air space. When we are at sleep, our sense of smell is lost, which eliminates our […]

The Importance of working Smoke Alarms in your property

It’s common knowledge that working Smoke Alarms in your property is a important necessity, and aside from the occasional irritating beep if the battery needs replacing, we barely notice their presence. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO HAVE WORKING SMOKE ALARMS? Smoke Alarms are a vital tool. They are a critical first line of defence against […]


With just over 12 months to go, the 2022 deadline is fast approaching! From the 1st January 2022, any rental property that does not have interconnected Smoke Alarms cannot enter into a new tenancy nor can a lease be renewed unless the property has been upgraded. Furthermore, Landlords run the risk of fines or insurance […]

SATS Terminology

Are you sometimes left scratching your head, not certain on what some of our “Terminology” means? Well never fear help is here! For this month’s editorial, we are going to explain what the different job types mean. Yearly Maintenance: Depending if you are on subscription billing structure or billed after SATS have physically attended to […]

NSW Legislation changes are almost here…

What are the changes regarding Smoke alarms? Ingoing Condition report now includes additional questions regarding Smoke Alarms Alarms with removable batteries, the batteries must be replaced within 12 months of the previous replacement Repair or replace a smoke alarm within 2 business days of becoming aware that the smoke alarm is not working or (b) […]