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Risk Assessment

Prescribed Fire Safety Installations installed at your premises must be maintained correctly in order for them to operate in the event of a fire or emergency as per their original intend. This will provide the minimum level of prevention and litigation measures for the protection of the occupants and property in the event of an emergency.

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Maintenance Schedules

Fire hydrant systems form part of a building’s prescribed fire safety installations and they are required to be maintained in accordance with division 3 of the Building Fire Safety Regulations 2008 (Qld) and Building Regulation 2006 (Vic) Adequate testing and maintenance can highlight design and installation faults, leading to their correction and ensuring that the system is functional and reliable

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On Site Testing

New Form 70 and Fire Hydrant Testing Procedures Darren Nyberg founder and operations Manager of QHTP, has been highly involved with the development and publishing of the new Form 70, on behalf of Building Codes Queensland. Helping to improve the level of fire hydrant certification and maintenance. We are the ONLY Certified Testers in South East Queensland with the Australia Fire Safety Practitioner’s Accreditation Board

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Fire Hydrant Maintenance

Fire hydrant maintenance for systems, that form part of a building’s prescribed fire safety installation, are required to be maintained in accordance with division 3 of the Building Fire Safety Regulations 2008.  Adequate testing and maintenance can highlight design and installation faults. Hence their correction ensures that the system is functional and reliable. Clause 10 […]

Fire Sprinkler System Installations

Whether it’s about protecting your residential building, warehouse or office tower, sprinklers are both fire detection and control systems rolled into one. Fire sprinkler system installations are considered the most effective fire suppression option available. Sprinkler systems can automatically detect a fire, transmit an alarm and control the fire. This can be the difference between a minor […]

Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment Prescribed Fire Safety Installations installed at your premises must be maintained correctly in order for them to operate in the event of a fire or emergency as per their original intend. This will provide the minimum level of prevention and litigation measures for the protection of the occupants and property in the event […]

Plans and Permits

FPA Australia Commends NSW Government on Nursing Home Sprinkler Reform Fire Protection Association Australia (FPA Australia) has welcomed the announcement by NSW Minister for Planning & Infrastructure Brad Hazzard, that all aged care facilities across NSW will be required to be fitted with automatic fire sprinkler systems. NSW nursing home operators will now have up to […]