RESPOND Fire & Electrical undertake all routine inspection and testing of fire protection systems and equipment in accordance with AS1851-2012, the industry standard endorsed by industry groups, NSW Fire Brigades and most insurance companies. By implementing this standard, it ensures uniformity across a range of building types and ages.
Our clients find that all of our inspection results are consistent, clear and outline the necessary work to ensure that the buildings assets remain reliable and prolong their life cycle by maintaining them to their original design and installation.
RESPOND Fire & Electrical have a proven track record of deciphering the correct standard and year of installation that is to be applied when inspecting a system or piece of equipment, ensuring owners don’t find themselves upgrading fire protection systems when they are not necessary. Understanding the Legislation, the correct building Code or Ordinance through to the year of installation of the services all forms part of the maintenance of the property from RESPOND Fire & Electrical.
This is all backed up with our 24 hours a day 7 days a week emergency call system, allowing owners to rest easy knowing we can be contacted if an emergency occurs.
RESPOND Fire & Electrical is able to repair assets which have been damaged or have reached the end of their life cycle, this is provided to both buildings with and without a Service Level Agreement with us.
Monthly, 6 monthly and annual routine servicing is undertaken where required to the following essential services:
- Fire Detection Systems (Fire Panels, Smoke and Heat Detectors)
- Intercom and Occupant Warning Systems
- Smoke and Heat Alarms
- Emergency Lighting & Exit Signs
- Fire Pump Sets (Diesel and Electric)
- Hydrant Systems
- Portable Fire Extinguishers
- Hose Reels
- Fire and Smoke Doors
- Passive Fire Systems (Fire Collars, Lightweight Construction, Access Panels)
- Automatic Sprinkler Systems
RESPOND Fire & Electrical will facilitate in the issue of an Annual Fire Safety Statement for the fire safety measures inspected within the property, allowing for agents and owners to submit this statement to the Local Council and NSW Fire & Rescue, allowing them to meet their strict obligations under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulations.