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Three misconceptions about the Queensland Smoke Alarm legislation

Future Legislation from 1st January 2027

Enforced by the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Act 1990; Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008; and the Electrical Safety Act 2002 for all existing private homes, townhouses and units. All smoke alarms must be photoelectric, interconnected smoke alarms and powered …

New legislation from 1st January 2022

Enforced by the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Act 1990; Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008; and the Electrical Safety Act 2002 will be in place and must be implemented for all dwellings being leased, re-leased or sold. All smoke alarms …

Current legislation from 1st January 2017

Enforced by the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Act 1990; Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008; and the Electrical Safety Act 2002. All rental properties are required to have smoke alarms installed that comply with the new legislation. Existing smoke alarms …

Queensland legislation

Smoke Alarm Legislation will be upgraded over the next few years and it is essential you understand the requirements and additional details for this change. This upgrade is governed by the state and federal legislation, ensuring you and your family …

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Queensland Smoke Alarm Legislation Deadline

Time is ticking...

The new Queensland smoke alarm legislation deadline is fast approaching.  All properties leased or sold in Queensland are required to meet these new regulations from January 1st 2022.

Under the new legislation, every Queensland residence will need to be fitted with photoelectric, interconnected smoke alarms in all bedrooms of the home as well as in hallways or between areas containing bedrooms.

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