Training: First Attack Fire Fighting: Emergency Plan

AUST - Hendry advises that whilst modern buildings are being built higher, they still need to maintain safety standards for the occupants. As well as AS 3745-2010 ‘Planning for emergencies in facilities’, one of the basic safety measures that still forms part of this safety network is the provision of fire extinguishers and hose reels, that is, first attack fire fighting training. All fires start small, and there is still a strong case for suppressing small fires before they test the structural design of the whole building. These first attack fire fighting appliances are available to occupants to use but, like most tools,

Essential Fire Safety Measures: Annual Fire Safety Statement: EPAR

NSW – Hendry reminds building owners and managers of their responsibilities for the maintenance of essential fire safety measures in their buildings under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulations 2000 (EPAR). Clause 182 of the Regulations requires the owner of a building to maintain each essential fire safety measure in a building in accordance with the standards as stated in the fire safety schedule or, if there is no fire safety schedule or Annual Fire Safety Statements, to a standard no less than that to which it was originally designed and implemented. Adequate maintenance will allow the Annual Fire Safety