Are you safe at home? If you don’t have a working smoke alarm, the chance of dying in a house fire increases by 60%*. To ensure you are safe at home install a smoke alarm with a strobe light, pillow shaker and beeper.
There are two ways to get a smoke alarm;
We have partnered with Fire and Rescue NSW and the NSW government to bring you SASS program. Under SASS you can apply for a smoke alarm with a strobe light, pillow shaker and beeper for only $20. The program will be closing on 31 May, 2017.
Ready to apply? Read on!
Choose the alarm that’s best for you. Look at the table below to help you decide. It compares the two different alarms available. All alarms have a smoke detector, strobe light and pillow shaker. They also make a sound when the alarm goes off.
Once you have chosen the alarm you want, fill in the application form.
Online Application Form
Paper Application Form
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The Bellman & Symfon Fire Safety Pack will immediately alert you with bright flashes, pillow vibrations and audible alarm, if a fire occurs. It is suitable to alert both hearing and deaf people in the household. The photoelectric smoke alarm which meets Australian standards, detects smoke and notifies all the recievers in range. The flash receiver will alert you with bright flashes while the shaker under your pillow creates powerful vibrations.
It is simple to set-up the flash receiver, place it on your bedside table, plug in the pillow shaker then plug into a power outlet. It also has a built in rechargeable battery backup for times when the power goes out.
- 1 x Flash reciever
- 1 x Smoke alarm powered by 9V battery
- 1 x Pillow shaker
- Additional Bellman & Symfon smoke alarms
- Bellman & Symfon telephone transmitter
- Bellman & Symfon doorbell transmitter
- Bellman & Symfon baby cry monitor
- Bellman & Symfon alarm clock
Cost: $570.00 including FREE delivery
If you would like to receive a smoke alarm under the NDIS, you need to have funding for;
- Assistive Technology
*Fire & Rescue NSW (2015)