Nearly a decade on from the nations deadliest house fire in Slacks Creek, where 11 people were killed, the Queensland Fire and Emergency Service have a warning for landlords:
Smoke alarm legislation is changing in 2022 for all Queensland rental properties. The new legislation requires the use of INTERCONNECTED Photoelectric smoke alarms that are smarter, will alert your tenants earlier and will save lives.
As a landlord you have a legal obligation to ensure your property complies by 01 January 2022 or run the risk of it not being eligible for lease.
If you are a property manager it is your duty to ensure your landlords are made aware of their obligations under the new legislation.
Click here to find out more detailed information about the new legislation and the changes required.
WE’RE HERE TO HELP
Safety Watch have been preparing for the 2022 legislation since it was announced.
Whether you’re a landlord or a property manager, we can look after your properties to ensure they are 2022 compliant giving you and your tenants peace of mind.
TIME IS RUNNING OUT
2022 may seem like a long time away but with over 500,000 properties to be upgraded in Queensland there is a real risk that many properties WILL NOT be upgraded in time. Landlords and property managers – particularly those with large rent rolls need to be putting a plan in place now to avoid losing managements.
Safety Watch can take the stress out of the 2022 smoke alarm legislation with a 2022 upgrade plan including:
- individualised quote
- your property booked in for 2022 upgrade
- upgrade completed by a qualified electrician
- compliance certificate within 1 business day
- ongoing maintenance plan from $79/year
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