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Smoke Alarm Installation Program for Fire Agencies

The purpose of the OSFM smoke alarm installation program (SAIP) is to provide smoke alarms to Oregon fire agencies to install in residences that are unprotected.

Eligibility

  • Fire agency must have a fire department identification (FDID) number. If you are unsure of your FDID number, email OSFMDATA@osp.oregon.gov.
  • Provide the fire agency service area population information.
  • Your agency must be in good standing with previous OSFM smoke alarm installation projects.
  • Must be National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) compliant:
    • Cannot be missing more than one month of fire incident data over the previous 12-month period.
    • Must report responses to all fire incidents.
    • Failure to report incident data for at least a year after approval will result in ineligibility for future projects.

Requirements

  • Applicant must complete training on the program. For more information on the class & a list of upcoming training opportunities & registration links, see the Training Webpage.
  • Submit a smoke alarm installation program application (see below).
    • Approval or denial email sent by the OSFM within 10 business days.
  • Install smoke alarms within 45 days of receipt of alarms. If you have any remaining alarms after 60 days contact the OSFM.
  • Complete an installation/waiver form for each residence where smoke alarms are installed. Submit completed forms to the OSFM within 60 days of receipt of smoke alarms.
  • When the project is complete, you may apply again.

The maximum number of smoke alarms that can be ordered per project is based on the fire district population:

Fire District PopulationSmoke Alarm Request
25 - 9,9991 - 25
10,000 - 49,9991 - 50
50,000 - 99,9991 - 75
100,000+1 - 100

If you have an open project, please wait until you receive a closure email before applying for a new project.



 

Contact

Fire & Life Safety Education Division
503-934-8228
osfmce@osp.oregon.gov