The Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (NSW) and the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 (NSW) provide for fire safety measures and requirements to be imposed on buildings for the protection of people and the environment from fire.
These requirements are monitored and enforced by Local Councils who have the power to fine building owners or in serious cases even condemn the building for failing to comply with fire safety requirements.
All Fired Up provides experienced and well trained technicians to inspect test and maintain your building and ensure that it meets all fire safety requirements thereby avoiding fines and other penalties, not to mention making your building as safe as possible from fire damage in the unfortunate event of a fire.
The main fire safety requirement that you have to comply with every year is obtaining an Annual Fire Safety Statement. This statement can only be issued if your building meets the minimum fire safety requirements required by law. Some buildings built before 1988 do not require an Annual Fire Safety Statement however those buildings are still required by law to maintain fire safety measures to the same minimum standards.