Client’s Testimonials

Kelly; you and your team are great and we couldn’t do without you!

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- Nina Brailey





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  • Local
  • Competent
  • Professional
  • Qualified
  • Government Licensed
  • Fully Insured


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Our Alliances and Partners in Business

Industry Leaders Prefer & Refer Safety Watch Australia

Real Estate Excellence
Stacy Holt  "Real Estate Excellence" Academy.

Stacey is one of the Real Estate industry's most highly regarded educator/trainers with her business specialising in Professional Development, Training and Membership Services. Stacey's focus is to produce Best Practice, Compliance and Risk Management outcomes in all areas of Sales and Property Management.    SWA and REEA have formed a mutual alliance as both Companies actively promote self education and awareness.


You can contact Stacey at or visit her website 




Jo-Anne Oliveri  "Ireviloution" Intelligence.


Jo-Anne is an industry leading expert in Property Management and has developed Ireviloution to specialise in Property Management systems, resources, training, processes, coaching, consulting and mentoring. SWA and Ireviloution have formed a partnership as both Companies believe in educating the real estate property management teams to better manage property and people.

You can contact Jo-Anne at or visit her website 




Adrian Butler    "World Fire Safety Foundation"    


The World Fire Safety Foundation was founded in 2000 by Adrian Butler [former full-time fire-fighter) and Karl Westwell.   


In 1993 Butler and Westwell founded and ran Maximum Security, a multi-national, Award-winning franchise. In November 1997 Maximum Security launched Maximum Fire & Safety which sold and installed thousands of ionisation smoke alarms throughout Australia and New Zealand. Numerous consumers complained that whilst their smoke alarms activated during cooking they had failed to activate in real-world smouldering fires.  As the number of complaints increased it became obvious there was a very serious problem.  In January 2000 Canadian TV broadcast an expose about inherent defects with the ionisation type of smoke alarm installed in most homes around the world. Butler and Westwell decided to distribute 'Silent Alarms' in Australia and New Zealand to warn Fire Departments about ionisation smoke alarms and advise of the safe alternatives. However, 'Silent Alarms' had been silenced by threats of litigation and Fire Departments refused to believe there were any problems with ionisation smoke alarms.  Butler and Westwell decided to make their own documentary 'Stop the Children Burning'.


After Australian Fire Departments saw 'Stop the Children Burning' the Australasian Fire & Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC), the peak representative body of all New Zealand and Australian Fire Brigades, commissioned the Victorian University to examine world-wide research into ionisation and photoelectric smoke alarms.   In June, 2006 AFAC's official position on smoke alarms was published.  AFAC's 'Position on Smoke Alarms in Residential Accommodation' warns of the problems inherent in all ionisation smoke alarms.  The report states, "That all residential accommodation be fitted with photoelectric smoke alarms . . . ionisation smoke alarms may not operate in time to alert occupants early enough to escape from smouldering fires."


The official position of almost all Australian and New Zeland authorities is at or contact Adrian at




CNW   Superior service is the key to CNW's success.

Our people are willing to go the extra mile to ensure that all our customers get what they want, when they want it.


We realize that our customers want to deal with someone that understands the needs of their business. And this is why we strive to develop strong ongoing relationships based on solid service and informed advice. To keep one step ahead of the rest, CNW representatives are constantly updating their knowledge of the latest product releases and trends within the industry. This means that when our customers move in a new direction, we are right there beside them with the right advice and products in stock.


Whether you order 1 or 10,000, your local CNW branch representative will do what it takes to get your order to you when you need it. Our wealth of experience and understanding of our customers' requirements has resulted in many successful business relationships with large and small companies Australia wide. Whether you are a sole-operator or a multi-national mining company, you can be assured that CNW will supply on time, every time.


And we'll even deliver your order for free! CNW's fleet of delivery vehicles ensures that stock gets to the right place when it is expected. We don't rely on contract delivery services, but employ our own delivery fleet at each of our branches to ensure optimum service levels.


Brooks   Fire products and solutions.

Since 1973, BROOKS, as it is now known, has continuously set industry benchmarks for innovative systems design in various fields of electrical & fire engineering. Our commitment to innovative commercial and residential fire systems design, together with audible and visual warning and evacuation systems has us well placed to provide the right solution in any circumstance. This flexibility and adaptability is a cornerstone for our reputation of unsurpassed quality and reliability throughout Australia and the Pacific region.

Brooks have been supplying Smoke Alarms throughout Australia for over 15 years. Our smoke alarms are manufactured in Ireland - and that's no joke. We have been a major supplier to the various state government public housing sector in Australia for many years and Brooks are the product of choice in most installations. Where applicable Brooks products comply with all local Australian and New Zealand standards as well as most International Standards.


1300 78 1343 (fire)


Duracell  Only working smoke alarms save lives.    


Duracall provides trusted quality and long-lasting power guaranteed from Duracall.  It provides performance and long-lasting power in a broad range of everyday devices.

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