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Escape Plan

In just two minutes, a fire can become lift-threatening. In five minutes, a residence can be engulfed in flames. Scary isn’t it! This doesn’t give you much time to think about how to get yourself or family member to safety. Taking the time to an escape plan in place with your family, friends or boarders […]

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Fire safety and Children

If your curious about what your child/children would do if faced with a house fire, put them to the test! Do you think you’ll like the outcome? It’s important for children to learn about the dangers of fire, in all circumstances. There are many different ways to bring this to a child’s attention. Information is […]

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Photoelectric & Ionisation smoke alarms

There are two main smoke alarms used in homes, Photoelectric & Ionisation. The main difference between the two types of alarms are how the alarms detect fire. Ionisation smoke alarms have a small amount of radioactive material. When a fire rapidly starts it will give off little smoke, however, the smoke particles in the air […]

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BBQ Fire Safety

In Australia it’s common to find a BBQ in many backyards. Nothing beats the taste, but it is important to ensure consideration goes into keeping your home safe. Never use gas cylinders indoors or in confined spaces Ensure the hose connection and hose are on tight with no leaks (never test for a leak with […]

Introducing our NEW Agency Portal

Today we are excited to announce the launch of our NEW and, we hope you’ll agree, improved Agency Portal! After several months of development, we are delighted to finally be able to present to you our new Agency Portal. It’s extremely user-friendly and is accessible to all audiences. It also has a sleek modern design […]


Is it true that all smoke alarms have an expiry date?

It is true! All smoke alarms 9volt and 240volt hard wired alarms must have an expiry date to meet Australian standards. Depending on make and model this is sometimes noted as a manufacture date, and expiry date or a manufacture code. We carry this information for all 96 approved smoke alarms in Australia. NB. Smoke […]