Fire protection requirements are specified by Australian
Standards (AS), the Building Code of Australia (BCA),
Councils, and some Industry Groups and Insurance Companies.
Compliance with these requirements is extremely important.
You may receive
a request from your local Council to supply an Annual Fire
Safety Statement with an attached schedule of essential
will conduct a free site survey and risk assessment to establish
what you require to ensure your compliance.
STOP has completed inspections / services / installations,
(and the site complies), a Certificate can be issued for
Council, WorkCover, or your Insurer.
contains information about the site and the siteís owner,
the building address and type, Councilís references, and
the essential measures specific to that site.
A table details the equipment inspected, the relevant Australian
Standards, and the date of assessment.
One copy must
be displayed or retained at the site, one copy is forwarded
to Council (or any other requesting body), and one copy
is sent to the NSW Fire Brigade.
Standards AS1851-2005 requires that all fire protection
equipment is inspected and maintained as detailed in the
relevant schedule, (often six-monthly) . FIRE
STOP can automatically provide this service for you to ensure
your continued compliance. On the basis of these required
inspections, an Annual Fire Safety Statement can be
FIRE STOP can assist with Fire Extinguishers, Fire Blankets, Cabinets, Fire Hose
Reels, Brackets, Signs, Hydrants, Smoke Alarms, Detection Systems, Exit and
Emergency Lighting, Emergency Plans, and Training Seminars.