November 6, 2017

Fire Hydrant Repairs Required in Auburn

Fire Hydrant Repairs Required in Auburn When a heavy, rigid truck hit a protective fire hydrant bollard it almost spelt disaster for the system and the site. It not only destroyed the bollard but also caused damage to the hydrant pillar. The Firesafe ANZ team were called and asked to action urgent Fire Hydrant Repairs […]

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August 8, 2017

The Shepherd Centre selected as Firesafe ANZ’s City2Surf charity

The Shepherd Centre selected as Firesafe ANZ’s City2Surf charity We are pleased to announce that this year we have chosen to support The Shepherd Centre as our City2Surf charity. The Shepherd Centre was founded in 1970 for children who are deaf or have hearing impairments. Once diagnosed, their highly trained professionals work with the child […]

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May 10, 2017

What Fire Fighting Equipment is Right for You?

With so many options available to tackle fires, from extinguishers and blankets to fire hose reels, it is vital that you choose the correct equipment for your circumstance. Fire Extinguishers and Blankets Fire blankets are used to extinguish small fires and are most commonly found in kitchens. They can be used to cover items which […]

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December 16, 2016

Solar Array Cabling

  Due to a fire starting from faulty wiring between old and new sections of solar wiring, there has recently been a new safety alert issued by the NT WorkSafe department. The fire started in a northern suburb of Darwin where, as part of an extension to the property, an existing solar installation was relocated. […]

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November 16, 2016

Terminology Changes in New 1670 Standard Series

Several Fire Safe Australia & New Zealand staff recently attended Fire Protection Association of Australia conferences outlining changes to the AS new 1670 series; the Standards regarding fire detection, warning, control and intercom systems. Important changes to the “New 1670 Standard Series” included the name changes for two important pieces of equipment. The acronyms “F.I.P.” […]

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October 17, 2016

Photoelectric Smoke Alarms Required for All QLD Homes

  As of the 1st of January 2017, all homes in Queensland will be required to update their smoke alarms to photoelectric smoke alarms, thanks to new legislation passed in Parliament in early September this year. All homes currently being built or undergoing major renovations in Queensland will need to comply with the legislation upon completion […]

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