As some businesses are being told by the Australian Federal Government to close, I thought I would give as much information about Fire Safety. The quote from Scott Morrison was “the need to maintain essential services as the nation locks down certain facilities to minimise the spread of COVID19”. We at Essential Safety Protection urge building owners and facility managers to;- Maintaining fire systems is a critical life safety activity that safeguards buildings and protects property by reducing the likelihood of a major fire event from occurring. FIRE EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE IS AN ESSENTIAL SERVICE THAT MUST CONTINUE REGARDLESS OF THE PANDEMIC. Extensive experience has shown that in times of reduced activity from normal operating patterns
As a competent fire safety practitioner CFSP we can endorse your Annual Fire Safety Statement AFSS. We can also do the routine testing and maintenance on all your Fire Safety Measures in accordance with AS1851 & AS2293. We test & maintain Exit & Emergency Lighting Smoke Detection & Alarm Systems Portable Fire Extinguishers & Blankets Hose Reel Systems Automatic Sprinkler Systems Fire Doors & Fire Seals
Regular inspections and testing are the foundations of ensuring your fire safety equipment is ready to use if an emergency arises. AS1851 & AS2293 provide the testing regime to underpin this safety compliance Our team is highly qualified to provide you with a these routine inspections you need and to maintain your assets, so it could serve you longer.
Fire Extinguishers & SCUBA cylinders require routine Hydrostatic Pressure testing to AS2337. To ensure the structural integrity of the cylinder can still perform whilst containing the high pressure within. Essential Safety Protection is an authorised pressure test station number 281 for seamless cylinders. This allows us to pressure test & recharge Carbon Dioxide extinguishers and SCUBA cylinders.
Through its lifecycle, a roof has a variety of environmental impacts. However, many impacts can be controlled by building owners and facility managers, resulting in lower energy costs and longer service life. Most buildings in the U.S. are under two stories and their roofs often represent the largest portion of their building envelopes. More heat energy is lost through roofs than walls and windows. If all U.S. buildings met the 2012 level of code-mandated insulation, 700 trillion BTUs of energy would be saved. Another aspect of environmental impact involves renewable energy production. If 25% of U.S. rooftops incorporated power from solar, the energy produced would be 25 times greater than the 21 billion kilowatt