The Alliance of Equipment Maintenance and Certification
When a building is approved for construction, the owner of the proposed building, architect and fire safety consultant and at times engineers, will establish the use and size of the proposed building.
It is this use and size that determines what fire safety measures are to be installed. These measures form the fire safety schedule which establishes the required fire safety measures, such as extinguisher, exit lights, fire doors etc. that are required and the minimum standard of performance they must meet. The standard of performance would be determined from the National Construction Code (previously the Building Code of Australia), which identifies the relevant Australian standards in which the measures must be designed and installed. An example would be Fire Extinguisher as the measure, installed as per the NNC by AS2444 for the relevant year based on DA approval.
Do you need the help of our Competent Fire Safety Practitioners (CFSP) with an urgent Annual Fire Safety Statement (AFSS)?
Are you are the owner of a building who needs to have an Annual Fire Safety Statement (AFSS) or Fire Safety Certificate (FSC) prepared for issue to the council? Or perhaps you are a tenant who has been asked by the landlord or owner to issue a statement of service compliance.
Survival Solutions are competent fire safety practitioners (CFSP) and can help you with the inspection, assessment, preparation and certification of your fire safety system in both of the above cases.
Servicing Sydney North, Central Coast, Newcastle and the Hunter, Survival Solutions can maintain your fire safety system and annual fire safety statement (AFSS) on a needs basis, or establish you as regular service client as required and manage your council obligation before they fall due.
If you are like us, you will be seeking a prompt, reliable and cost effective service. Please phone 1300040362 or submit a request for assistance below to book a site inspection or get a service quote.