Scheduled Inspection Maintenance

testing the smoke sensorThe fire safety equipment and systems vary from building to building depending upon when they were built and size. An inspection guideline is provided below for the most common items as specified by the Australian Standards.

AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS INSPECTION GUIDELINE
Fire Equipment Item

Annual

6 Monthly

Monthly

Weekly

Unit smoke alarms

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Common area smoke alarms

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Emergency lighting

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Exit signs

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Warning and operational signs

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Automatic Fire Protection & Alarm System

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Fire hydrant system with pumps

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Fire hydrant system without pumps

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Hose reel system

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Automatic fire suppression systems (sprinkler system)

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Wall wetting, sprinkler and drenching system

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Fire seals protecting openings in fire resistant components of the building

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Fire extinguishers

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Automatic fail-safe devices

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Building occupant warning system

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Paths of travel, stairways, passage ways and ramps

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Smoke doors and solid core doors

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Light weight construction

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Contact our friendly team on 02 9502 2229 or online for free advice and/or
an on-site Fire Safety Inspection quote anywhere in Sydney.