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Everything you need to know about finding a Fire Protection Inspector

In many buildings, fire safety is of extreme importance and one way to know if your fire protection systems are up to scratch is to obtain a fire protection report. Here is some information on how to do so.

What is a Fire Protection Report?

A fire protection report is a report that looks at the fire safety structures within a building and makes sure that they are up to the standard set by the Building Code of Australia.

A fire protection report covers such areas as:

  • Fire mains
  • Fire hydrants and hoses
  • Control valves
  • Emergency vehicle access
  • Fire indicator panels
  • Evacuation plans
  • Sprinkler systems
  • Smoke alarms
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Gas suppression systems

The report will identify problems or defects in the fire safety systems and can also identify maintenance procedures that need to be undertaken.

Who Does a Fire Protection Report?

A fire protection report can be undertaken by the CFA (Country Fire Authority), in particular its Chief Officer. Qualified fire brigade officers that have the powers of the Chief Officer are able to do the reports and can also provide consultancy services. It may also be able to be done by a building consultant but you will need to check if this is an area that they are able to cover.

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