Introducing the new Queensland Compliance Report

What's changing and why?

Compliance Report Not 2022

Our new Compliance Report makes it even easier for you to understand your properties’ compliance to Queensland legislation and takes the guesswork out of the transition from current legislation requirements to those relevant in 2022.

Our new Compliance Reports are designed to make it easy for you to know if you are;

  • Compliant to current requirements - This example shows a tick in the first box and a cross in the second. The property in this scenario, is compliant to current and not compliant to new legislation.

 

How to interpret your report

Current Requirements means the legislative requirements stipulated by the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Act 1990; Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008; and the Electrical Safety Act 2002 applicable to existent (pre-2022) smoke alarms and smoke alarm installations and related electrical work (if applicable). Considerations around compliance of the smoke alarms at the Inspection Address are the types of smoke alarms and smoke alarm installations, build dates, including dates of significant renovations, and building classes. 

 A tick in the first box indicates the smoke alarms and smoke alarm installations were inspected and were compliant to current legislation.

New Requirements means the legislative requirements stipulated by the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Act 1990; Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008; and the Electrical Safety Act 2002 to be in place by 1st January 2022 for rental properties and related electrical work (if applicable). Considerations around compliance of the smoke alarms at the Inspection Address are the types of smoke alarms and smoke alarm installations, build dates, including dates of significant renovations, and building classes.
 A tick in the second box indicates the smoke alarms and smoke alarm installations were inspected and were compliant to new (2022) Queensland legislation

If you see a cross in any box, this indicates the smoke alarms don't meet the relevant requirements.

You will also be able to see if you need to take action. Further information is supplied on the report in the comments section instructing you on what to do next.

The back page clarifies the report and provides information on the purpose and definitions of the report. 

Why choose Smoke Alarm Solutions to comply your property to 2022 legislation?

We are here to ensure you are ready for 2022 legislation changes and that you understand your obligations. With so many small providers entering the market to take advantage of the changes in legislation, it's hard to know who to trust. Avoid the cost and stress and get the job done properly, first time, when you source a Smoke Alarm Solutions expert.

Benefits to using Smoke Alarm Solutions:

  • Smoke Alarm Solutions is Australia's leading provider of smoke alarm services to the real estate industry. 
  • We are the experts in legislation education for smoke alarm compliance and maintenance.
  • We have been servicing the industry since 2007 and you can have confidence through an established team.
  • We have the largest field service capability in the industry and employ more electricians than any other provider.
  • Our alarms (replaced or installed) come with a minimum five year warranty.
  • Our customer service team and head office is based in Queensland just like our customers.

Of all the properties we attend that have attempted to upgrade to the 2022 new legislation using another provider, on average 40% failed to comply. Sleep safe knowing Australia’s largest provider of smoke alarm compliance services is assisting you meet your legislative obligations. When safety matters, choose the best.