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Fire Equipment Compliance


The CEO of any business is always responsible to ensure the health and safety of employees, contractors, visitors and others who may be affected by the operations of the business. This includes working at your own premises or on site.

Legislation and standards are written and enforced to ensure that the CEO of any business ensures compliance with Fire and Emergency Requirements so that:

• the occupants or people using the building will be protected – including persons with disabilities;

• the spread and intensity of any fire within buildings, and the spread to any other buildings, will be minimized;

• sufficient stability will be retained to ensure that such building will not endanger any other building;

• the generation and spread of smoke will be minimized or controlled to the greatest extent possible;

• adequate means of access, and equipment for detecting, fighting, controlling and extinguishing fires.

Following an Emergency on your premises, can you answer “yes” to each of these questions? In case of an enquiry, you will have to prove you did everything a reasonable person in the same situation would have done – the Occupational Health and Safety Act prescribes what you must do to ensure you acted responsibly.

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