Being prepared in the event of an emergency is essential for organisations. Whether it be a fire, bomb threat, flood or civil unrest, having trained staff who can respond quickly, calmly and competently in emergency situations is critical and can potentially save lives.
The maintenance of fire protection equipment is a critical life safety requirement for facility managers and building owners. However, with extensive compliance and reporting obligations, the process can be overwhelming and time intensive, especially when you’re managing multiple sites.
Recent changes made to the Victoria amendment of the National Construction Code are a timely reminder of the fire risks associated with clutter...
The Victorian Government has announced that AS1851-2012 Routine service of fire protection systems and equipment will now apply to all new and existing buildings in Victoria...
As procurement teams in the industrial, construction and mining sectors continue to streamline operations and rationalise suppliers, cost and efficiency are becoming...