What is an Annual Fire Safety Statement?

Each year, the owner of a building to which an essential fire safety measure is applicable must submit an Annual Fire Safety Statement to Council for the building. 

Annual Fire Safety Statements are issued by or on behalf of the owner of the building. They declare that all fire safety measures on the premises have been maintained to the appropriate standards and that exit paths allow for the safe passage through the premises in the event of fire. A copy must also be given to Commissioner, Fire & Rescue NSW.

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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?
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8. Where must I install my residential smoke alarm?