Fire Safety Services

What We Do

We offer the necessary competitively priced services, advice and training to a varied range including but not limited to businesses, factories, offices, buildings, shopping centers, schools, child care centers, retail, residential buildings and retail outlets. 
We want to leave you assured that everyone is prepared in the event of a fire or emergency.

Its also a legal requirement under the Qld Building Fire Safety Regulations 2008 and Australian Standards 3745-2010 to meet compliancy obligations.

>We believe that loss of lives or harm in the event of a real emergency can be avoided by being prepared and having robust emergency procedures in place.
>We offer a range of services and training to help you to be prepared for an emergency and for compliancy.
>You can partner with us if you want to avoid the logistics and have our friendly and qualified Fire Safety Advisers manage your site fire safety requirements.

Some Facts:

A Fire Safety Adviser is only required for a High Occupancy buildings where:-

  • 30 or more employees are employed or are likely to be employed for a total of any 40 days during the year
  • Class 2 or 3 buildings more than 25m in effective height
  • Class 6 or 9b buildings that the commissioner has decided is an at risk licensed building

Yes, key staff such as Chief Wardens and Deputy Wardens are to be trained in Evacuation Coordination Instruction every year under the QLD Building Fire Safety Regulations 2008 and Australian Standards 3745-2010.

Note: evacuation coordinator instructions to be given to the person within 1 month before commencement of this role.

Yes, key staff such as Fire Wardens are to be trained in Evacuation Coordination Instruction every year under the QLD Building Fire Safety Regulations 2008 and Australian Standards 3745-2010. 

Yes, all staff are to be trained in General Evacuation Instructions or General Occupant Training every year under the QLD Building Fire Safety Regulations 2008 and Australian Standards 3745-2010.

Yes, the occupier of a building or workplace is to conduct an emergency evacuation drill annually every year under the QLD Building Fire Safety Regulations 2008 and Australian Standards 3745-2010. Note: Best practice is Bi-annually.

The purpose is to evaluate, record and give feedback as to the effectiveness of your evacuation procedures as documented in your Fire and Evacuation plan.

Free Fire Safety Health Check and Compliance Consultation

Yes something for free! No tricks or obligations.

Fire Safety Advisor Services

As per requirements of QLD Building Fire Safety Regulations

> You can either appoint staff as your Fire Safety Adviser (remember they must be a certified FSA) or have an external Fire Safety Adviser represent you.

> We can partner with you as your external Fire Safety Adviser. Below is some of what this service includes:

Develop Fire & Emergency Evacuation Plans

You must have an evacuation plan and diagrams that are reviewed annually to be compliant.

Facilitate and document Fire Evacuation Drills

It is a legal requirement to have an Emergency evacuation drill every 12 months.

> Note: Best practice is to facilitate an emergency evacuation drill every 6 months.

Attend Emergency Planning Meetings

Help facilitate and give advice for emergency planning in accordance with Australian Standard 3745.

1st Response Fire Safety Training

Meets the requirements of the Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 for general evacuation and first response evacuation instruction

Fire Warden Training

Meets the requirements of the Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008.

>This course delivers the knowledge and skills to participants that is required to fulfil the role of Fire Wardens in a workplace.
>We deliver this course onsite which is tailored to your workplace for up to approximately 25 participants.

 

Chief Warden Training

Meets the requirements of the Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008.

>This course delivers the knowledge and skills to participants that is required to fulfil the role of Chief Wardens in a workplace.
>We deliver this course onsite which is tailored to your workplace for up to approximately 15 participants.

 

General Occupancy Training

Meets the requirements of the Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 and Australian Standards 3745-2010 requires all staff to be trained in General Evacuation Instructions or General Occupant Training every annually.

>This course delivers the knowledge and skills to participants to prepare occupants to calmly deal with fire related emergencies and how to follow site specific building evacuation procedures and instruction.
>This course is suitable for various businesses of but not limited to offices, warehouses, workshops, factories, aged-care facilities, shopping centres, schools, Child care centres, retail outlets etc.
>We deliver this course onsite which is tailored to your facility for up to approximately 40 participants.

Child Care & Schools Fire Safety Training & Drills

Young lives are important so this course has been tailored to help young ones how to react to instruction in an emergency.

>This course is tailored to deliver the knowledge and skills to childcare or school student on how to to calmly follow instruction and evacuate in a emergency.
>This course is suitable for childcare facilities, primary and high schools.
>We deliver this course onsite which is tailored to your facility for up to approximately 50 participants.