Not only is today #TestItTuesday, but it’s also the first of the month – July 1st to be precise, and the perfect opportunity to test not only your own smoke alarms but friends and families as well. If you are only able to test your own alarm, then reminding others to test theirs can be just as effective. Smoke alarms may be installed, but without regular testing they may not be working when you need them the most.
Working smoke alarms saves lives!
The First of the Month – Time to Test campaign was set-up by the Government to encourage more and more people to put their finger on the button and test their smoke alarms. To get the message across to a wide an audience as possible, Fire Kills have utilised videos to further emphasise the importance of testing smoke alarms. You can watch the videos by clicking the links below:
Ever tried testing your smoke alarm this way? How do you normally test your smoke alarm?
While both options are fun ways in which to test alarms, there is an easier and safer option. The GOODPOINT Smoke Alarm Tester removes the risk of injury (testing alarms using chairs, ladders, leaning over banisters) but keeps testing smoke alarms fun. Push the button, not your luck!