Fire Safety Audit
Conducted in accordance with Australian Standard 4655-2005 – Fire Safety Audits
Our three levels of Fire Safety Audits are second to none
Have you ever wondered how much fire fighting equipment your site needs, how much training your staff require and wether or not the maintenance services you have conducted every six months are up to standard? Do you have a new premises, has the builder actally delivered the specifications required? Just undergone expansion or perhaps taken on a new role and the business doesn’t seem up to scratch? Safety is every employers number 1 priority in business these days and our Fire Safety Audit and Report can you provide you with peace of mind from the most basic of audits to a full comprehensive level 3 audit and everything inbetween.
What is Audited?
A number of things come under scrutiny in our audit and they can vary depending on the level of audit required. Our adits are tailored to suit your industry specific or site specific needs and for this reason there is no standard price list. At a minimum every Australian Fire & First Aid Fire Safety Audit includes a site visit by one of our technical fire experts who will audit the following:
Portable Fire Fighting Equipment
Type, number, location, service history & compliance with current standards.
Other Safety Equipment
As above for emergency lighting, exit signs, smoke detectors, alarms, fire panels and evacuation diagrams.
A full list of any hazards that may be present and solutions where applicable.
Number of staff, approiateness of qualification, compliance with current standards
The Building Code of Australia, AS3745-2010 planning for emergencies in facilities and AS 1851-2005 maintenance of fire protection systems and equipment and other relevant standards and codes.
Level 2 and Level 3 Audits
Varying degrees of audits are available including a full service level 3 audit which includes but is not limited to:
Review of policies, processes and procdures
Interviews with key personnel
Testing of training, equipment, policies, procedures
Observations of the entity undertaking normal business practices at the site
Analysis of fire safety KPI’s and data
Review of site safety records management
Evidence of ECO meetings, minutes and outcomes
Review of compliance with building plans, instructions, licences and permits
Other types of safety audits are also available, please contact our staff today for more information