Fire Protection Services

Servicing the ACT area and NSW Surrounds Including Queanbeyan, Braidwood, Cooma, Goulburn and Yass

We supply, install and maintain Fire Safety Equipment such as Fire Extinguishers, Smoke Alarms, Fire Panels, Fire Blankets and Emergency Exit Signs. We also offer Fire Compliance Services, Evacuation Diagrams, Electrical Test and Tag and much more. We are 100% Aussie Owned and Operated and offer a fast, friendly, affordable service. Get a free quote today:

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Fire Safety Services Canberra

Fire Service

We offer a full Fire Service to ensure that all Fire Safety Equipment is up to date and running properly. We can also supply and install Fire Safety components.

Fire Compliance Canberra

In Australia there are legal requirements for public buildings and workplaces to adhere to when it comes to fire safety. We can assist you to ensure your business or organisation is fully fire compliant.

Electrical Tag & Test

Electrical cords and devices can become faulty or dangerous through general wear and use. We ensure all your equipment is completely safe with Electrical tag and testing in Canberra and ACT Surrounds.

Emergency Evacuation Plans

All Public buildings and Workplaces need a Emergency Evacuation Plan to ensure they are safe for the people that use them everyday. We can formulate and implement a Fire Evacuation Plan to ensure your are safe and legal.

Emergency Exit Light Testing

There are legal requirements for organisations to have Working Emergency Exit Lights in their buildings. We can supply, service and maintain these lights to maintain Fire Safety.

Smoke Detection Testing

To be Fire Safe, it is important to regularly check and ensure that all Smoke detectors in your building are fully operational and functioning as intended. Part of our service includes the Supply and Installation of Smoke Detectors and ensuring their ongoing operation.

Fire Protection Canberra News

How to Create a Fire Safety Plan for Your Restaurant

As a restaurant owner or manager, you’re responsible for the safety of everyone who steps on your restaurant.  Restaurants hold probably the highest potential for fires than any structure due to the high concentration of fire-causing risks. Besides the fire system...

What Commercial Builders Should Consider When Choosing Fire Alarms

Fire alarms have proven to save lives and are one of the most important investments commercial builders can make. It’s also important to have a Fire Risk Assessment to define the legal requirements for commercial fire alarm systems that should be installed on all...

Why Canberra Retail Businesses Need Fire Suppression System

The Retail Industry is a distinctive marketplace which entails everything from large big box, grocery operations, department stores, as well as specialty retailers, convenience stores, and other things. All with different types of fire suppression system needs. A fire...

Canberra Resorts: How to Achieve Full Fire Protection

The main goal in achieving full fire protection in existing Canberra resorts should be to reduce the risk of fire breaking out, and in case a fire does break out prevent the spread of flames and smoke, ensure that the occupants can be evacuated safely, and enable the...

Importance of Fire Extinguishers in Schools

Fire extinguishers save lives. Countless times these devices have been used to quickly eliminate the threat of a fire. They minimise property damage, reduce injuries and prevent death. Schools are large and busy places where fire protection plays an important part to...

How to Develop an Emergency Evacuation Map for Your Business

An emergency evacuation map is actually critical for surviving a disaster and minimising fatalities and injuries. An established emergency evacuation procedure is also a legal requirement for businesses to help save lives and minimise damage to property. It's an...

Vital Fire Prevention Practices in Your Workplace

The possibility of a fire in the workplace is quite possible, more so having no fire prevention practices. Despite the uncertainty of whether a fire will occur or not, a business owner should recognise the significance of a fire escape plan. There is no better time to...

Fire Extinguishers – What Every Business Should Know

Most municipalities have fire safety codes for the purpose of reducing the incidence and destruction of unintended fires. Fire protection measures include particular building construction requirements, the disposal of fire hazards, proper lighting, clear pathways, the provision of appropriate fire extinguishers, and also, plans for occupant notification and escape in the event of fire. Businesses that ignore fire compliance mandates, such as the elimination of combustible materials, or the acquisition of fire extinguishers may be subject to civil penalties, and risk being deemed unsafe. Of these requirements, perhaps the most important one concerns the procurement of, and easy access to, appropriate fire extinguishers.

The vast majority of fires start small. Ready access to a materials specific fire extinguisher is often all that stands between a minor mess and wholesale devastation. Fire Extinguishers come in various “classes.” For example, Class A, extinguishers put out fires involving ordinary flammable materials such as paper, straw, and cloth. Class B Fire Extinguishers put out fires that burn flammable liquids, such as grease fires, gasoline, paint and solvents. Class C extinguishers smother electrical fires. ABC Fire Extinguishers are multiple use extinguishers that are approved for all of the above. Class D is for fires involving combustible metals, for example, magnesium. Class K is intended for commercial kitchen fires that involve cooking oils or trans-fats.

To truly be useful in the event of fire, fire extinguishers must be readily accessible and in good working order. It is equally important that the person reaching for the extinguisher have been taught how to use it. Extinguishers should be clearly visible, centrally located, and wall mounted on the provided bracket.

Don’t obscure the the extinguisher, or block its access. All portable fire extinguishers should be serviced annually by a qualified extinguisher maintenance company and new, tamper seals installed. Pressurized extinguishers require regular hydrostatic tests and maintenance which also must be performed by an extinguisher professional.

The size of the average fire doubles every sixty seconds. Therefore, timing is critical. Everyone who works within an establishement should be familiar with the fire extinguisher’s operation. Memorizing the P.A.S.S. acronym can be helpful in remembering the appropriate steps to take should a fire occur.

  • Pull. Pull the pin.
  • Aim. Aim the extinguisher at the base of the fire.
  • Squeeze. Squeeze the trigger.
  • Sweep. Move the extinguisher back and forth in a sweeping motion.

If the extinguisher exhausts and the fire is still growing, if you cannot get the extinguisher to work, or if the fire is not contained, simply evacuate the building and call 911. Fire extinguishers are meant to put out small blazes in their infancy, not fight infernos. Be aware that even after they seemingly appear to be out, some fires will reignite. Always put human safety before that of possessions.

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