How do I lodge my Fire Safety Statement?

Complete all sections on the Fire Safety Statement Form  and provide dates where required to do so. Check the form again for accuracy and completeness and lodge it at the council. 

A Fire Safety Statement for a building must deal with each essential fire safety measure in the building premises. It must be submitted within 12 months after the date on which the previous statement or the final fire certificate was given, and it must be lodged within three months of the date of inspection and assessment. The statement must be submitted to Council and Commissioner, Fire and Rescue NSW, as previously indicated.  

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1. What is a Fire Safety Certificate?
2. What is an Annual Fire Safety Statement?
3. What is a fire safety measure?
4. Why must I have my premises inspected?
5. How do I lodge my Fire Safety Statement?
6. What will happen if I do not submit a Fire Safety Statement?
7. What type of residential smoke alarm do I need?
8. Where must I install my residential smoke alarm?