smoke alarm

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Noun1.smoke alarm - an alarm that is tripped off by fire or smokesmoke alarm - an alarm that is tripped off by fire or smoke
alarm system, warning device, alarm - a device that signals the occurrence of some undesirable event
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There's no reason in this day and age for someone not to have a smoke alarm, so, if this is you or someone you know, get in touch.
Communities and fire services across the province will be hosting a number of events to encourage Ontarians to have a working smoke alarm on every storey in their home, and to install one in every bedroom for added protection.
This 2015 smoke detector market research report is a comprehensive smoke alarm industry study that includes profiles of 33 companies active in the market and provides historic as well as forecasts data and information analysis.
A COUPLE say they owe their lives to a smoke alarm after a fire broke out in their kitchen in the early hours.
Kevin Gardner, area manager for community safety at Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service, said: "People without a working smoke alarm in their home are at least four times more likely to die in a fire.
They will discuss fire safety, check to make sure a household has a fire evacuation plan, and provide a free resource guide, whether a smoke alarm is needed or not.
A smoke alarm can give someone the vital extra seconds they need to escape in a fire.
The figures have appalled senior fire officers within West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service who discovered 80,000 homes in West Yorkshire visited by firefighters had no working smoke alarm.
The invention's unique design provides its users with a much easier to manage and maintain smoke alarm.
According to new smoke alarm regulations, Phoenix families who live in homes with battery-powered smoke alarms safer, while also reducing smoke alarm maintenance, must install ten-year, sealed-battery smoke alarms when replacing outdated, missing or damaged units.
Les Jones, Cleveland Fire Brigade's head of community safety, said: "Tick, Tock, Test is straight-talking, easy to remember and intrinsically links clock change weekend to testing your smoke alarm.
A smoke alarm is there to alert you in enough time for you to escape from your home.