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Fire hydrant systems need to be tested regularly to ensure they are operating correctly and are well maintained. Systems must meet the provisions of the Australian Building Code. This includes conducting an annual hydrant flow test.
Our Surviving Bushfire Fact Sheet can help you develop a bushfire emergency plan. An effective plan can help you minimise losses and business interruption after a bushfire.
By understanding the hazards associated with carrying out hot work and applying some simple strategies, you can effectively manage risks to ensure the safety of your facility and people
By understanding the hazards associated with hot work, and by assessing your current management program, you'll be able to implement new procedures and make your environment safer.
Our sample permit provides a template for creating your own document. Use it to establish responsibilities, to clarify what's being done, and to make sure systems are up and running again after disruptions.
Any electrical switchboard, regardless of age, is a potential ignition source. Faults are almost impossible to pick up without specialised equipment. A thermographic scan is a non-invasive diagnostic technique and the most effective way to identify hot spots and reduce the risk of fire.
If an automatic fire sprinkler system is a requirement in your building, you need to conduct regular tests to ensure it’s operational.
It asks important questions that can help you assess and improve the ways you maintain and manage your property. It also helps clarify what your organisation is and isn't doing, and suggests new risk controls you can implement.
Hot work is a term used to describe the heat and spark that is produced from activities such as welding, flame cutting and grinding. Our Hot Work & Fire Impairment Fact Sheet looks at the risks involved in carrying out hot work and helps you manage them.
Our Electrical Hazard will help you identify this hazard in your workplace, understand your obligations and reduce the risk.