Wednesday, January 19th, 2011
The Safety and Security Rebate scheme delivers WA Seniors Card Holders a rebate of up to $200 per household towards installing or buying home security devices. A further $200 per household is available for the purchase and installation of electrical and fire safety items. This represents a $10 million investment in seniors’ wellbeing and the promotion of a safe and active retirement (source:

WA Senior Card Holders can claim up to $200 on electrical and fire safety items such as;
• Residual Current Devices
• Mains Installed Smoke Alarms
• Fire Extinguishers
• Fire Blankets
For each category, claims are limited to $200, one per Seniors Card Holder, one per household. Different Rebate amounts apply to different products above.

Director of The Smoke Alarm Company, Mick Gibson said, “The dangers of home fires are particularly treacherous for our Senior population, and it’s a fantastic initiative that the State Government have implemented this rebate. It’s law to have mains powered smoke alarms, and it’s fantastic that the rebate can assist Seniors at this expensive time of year.”

To claim the rebate, complete a Safety and Security Rebate claim form from or at any Australia Post outlet. For further questions, please contact the Smoke Alarm Company.

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The Smoke Alarm Company

The Smoke Alarm Company was established in 2009 to meet the needs of recent legislation in Western Australia, and installs and maintains smoke alarms, and RCD’s. It is Western Australian owned and operated, and the oldest smoke alarm maintenance company.

The Smoke Alarm Company preferred electricians are fully licensed and comply with Australian Installing Standard 3786m.

Claire Cheshire
P: 0405 696 748


Smoke Alarm, Fire Safety, Seniors, Rebates, House Fire



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