Fire safety is an integral part of the building and development process.
All residential dwellings, townhouses, units, apartments, flats, and places of shared accommodation must have smoke alarms installed in appropriate locations.
Smoke alarms are simple and effective devices that can help save lives by providing building occupants with an early warning of the presence of a fire, giving them time to escape from the building. Smoke alarms can also help reduce property damage through earlier fire brigade intervention.
Annual fire safety statements
Make sure you are up to date with essential fire safety measures
Essential fire safety measures
Measures for accommodation, commercial, industrial and public buildings
Understand the smoke alarm regulations
Mandatory for aged care facilities in NSW
Interim/Final fire safety certificate
Assessment of fire safety measures installed in a building
Find out what you need to do if you are planning to use fireworks
Fire safety upgrades
Learn how to comply with fire safety regulations
Page last updated: 05 January 2016