Home Safe Program - Smoke Alarm Installation
Statistics have shown that the presence of a working smoke alarm in a residential fire greatly reduces the risk of death.
Smoke alarms need to be replaced every 10 years to ensure reliability and tested monthly.
Two-thirds of houses that catch fire don't have functioning smoke alarms.
Smoke alarms should be installed in each level of the house and outside sleeping areas.
Your likelihood of surviving a fire increases by 74% with a functioning smoke alarm.
Vulnerable people in our City have an elevated risk.
The intention of the Homesafe program is to install smoke alarms and reduce the number of fire deaths.