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Providing multiple formats of Fire Training to allow training to be easily managed and available to everyone
Face to Face Fire Training
Using skilled and knowledgeable FCF trainers, we utilise your buildings installed Fire Equipment and tailor the course to assist in developing your staff’s knowledge of the firefighting equipment located in the premises.
Fire Warden Classroom Training
FCF Trainers will utilise your businesses Emergency Plan to tailor the training to your premise and the fire equipment installed onsite. If your business has yet to create an Emergency Plan, one of our Fire Safety Advisor’s will be able to help complete the requirements to ensure that your business meets all requirements of QLD MP6.1 legislation.
Evacuation Fire Training
To comply with Queensland legislation, many businesses complete Evacuation Fire Training once a year. FCF Fire Safety Advisors can assist and perform the entire process including assessing the procedures for staff, wardens, and visitors. FCF can also create your Evacuation Diagrams from just $25 plus GST, find out more FCF Evacuation Diagrams
Online Fire Training
Online Fire Training is the easiest way to ensure your business is meeting requirements of the Building Fire Regulations and Workplace Health & Safety obligations for staff to be trained in Fire Response Fire Training. Train your staff in Fire Safety with our dedicated Fire Training website
Virtual Reality Classroom Training
Training can be performed at your business or at an FCF Training Facility. By training in a virtual world, this brings various realistic scenarios that can be tailored specifically to your businesses risks which are safely presented and conducted which otherwise would be unable to due to the risks involved. Experience the highest level of First Response Fire Training, find out more here: FCF VR Fire Training
Contact us to book a free consultation. We help business comply with all of the Australian Fire Standards.
Our experts are highly trained in the various Fire Regulations, so to know which standards your business needs to comply to.
FCF only use qualified QBCC licenced Sprinkler Fitters to perform Sprinkler System installations, upgrades, testing and maintenance.
Our team of highly skilled Sprinkler Fitters can perform routine monthly testing, six monthly testing, annual testing, five yearly testing and overhauls. When dealing with shopping centres, large industrial buildings, insurance required systems and specialised installations, only knowledgeable, competent, licenced personnel are employed by FCF to ensure that these technical systems are being maintained by the best.
Our Fire Technicians also complete all requirements of Fire Pumpsets and Fire Tanks testing including repairs, maintenance, and major services such as Fire Tank drain downs and cleaning and Pumpset Diesel Motor services.
For all your Wet Fire System requirements use the qualified team at FCF
It is a mandatory requirement for all Australian workplaces to have Evacuation Diagrams. These provide information and instruction to all persons in a premise to aid in the efficient and safe escape of a building in a fire emergency.
FCF offer multiple cost-effective choices for businesses to be able to comply to the requirement, such as ‘Design Your Own’ which can be submitted to us for reviewing by our Fire Safety Advisor, or ‘Get the Professionals’, by having an FCF Fire Safety Advisor complete the Evacuation Diagrams for you.
As Evacuation Diagram standards AS3745 change constantly, its best to utilise an FCF Fire Safety Advisor to ensure your business meets the latest amendments.
To find out more about Evac Diagrams and to see your options visit https://fireevacdiagrams.fcfnational.com.au/
Fire Doors and Fire Frames form a part of the Fire Wall which are normally found at the entrance to units/apartments, stair wells, or Fire Compartments.
Fire Door Certifiers are normally Carpenters and have the best skills and knowledge to not only advise on the requirements for your Fire Doors, but also have the licences to replace and certify the required works.
FCF have multiple Fire Door Certifiers and Carpenters on hand to help with your Passive Fire System requirements.
By utilising their knowledge and the understanding of AS1905, AS1851 and the Queensland Fire Authorities Document, our QBCC licenced Fire Technicians can give you the right advice for your Fire Doorset requirements.
For our customers to understand what their building has regarding Fire Doors, they should have a Schedule of Evidence or Certification Documentation specifying details regarding Fire Doors on the premises. This information may be requested by our technicians also to assist in identifying Fire Doorsets and ensuring testing/maintenance is being conducted as per the installation certification documents.
Contact FCF today to find out more
FCF conducts routine services to AS1851 on Fire Hydrant Systems including monthly testing in conjunction with a Pumpset, six monthly testing, annual testing and 5 Yearly Hydrostatic Testing.
By having a purpose-built transportable fire pump to complete Booster Flow Tests and Hydrostatic Tests, this provides efficiencies in our team by having a test apparatus that is easy to deploy and set up. With using a high-end pump and motor, this allows for maximum water to be flowed in a Fire Hydrant System.
FCF can test and maintain your Fire Hydrant Systems, Booster Cabinets, and ancillary equipment such as Lay Flat Hoses and Fire Fighting Foam.
Comply with AS1851 and have your above or below ground Fire Hydrant Systems tested with FCF.
Fire Detection Systems can be quite technical and complicated. By having highly skilled QBCC licenced Fire Detection technicians, FCF can assess your Fire Detection System, remove the possibility of nuisance false alarms and ensure your system meets AS1670 design requirements.
FCF’s electricians are proficient in Fire Detection Systems, and are qualified to design, install, program, inspect, test, and maintain your fire system.
With years of experience working on multiple manufacturer’s systems such as Notifier, Ampac, Pertronics and many others, as qualified Fire Detection specialists FCF can easily manage your system and ensures it performs at its best.
There can be many reasons why businesses experience false alarms on their Fire Detection System. The key areas to consider is the design, environment, and maintenance. Utilising these three key areas will normally reduce unwanted fire brigade call outs and disturbance to your business or apartments. Our experts look forward to challenging themselves in problem fault finding and reducing unwanted alarms which ultimately saves on costs and interruptions to business.
Need your Fire System maintained to AS1851, contact us today
In Queensland, making sure your business is complying with Workplace Health & Safety Regulations regarding Electrical Appliances, it is particularly important to ensure your electrical items are regularly inspected and tested to AS3760 (the Australian Standard for Electrical Test & Tagging of Electrical Equipment). FCF technicians are licenced to conduct Electrical Test & Tagging. The business owner or manager will be alerted to any failures to electrical equipment, for which the electrical items must be repaired or replaced.
RCD’s (Residual Current Devices, also known as Safety Switch’s) are also required to be tested in Queensland as per AS3760. The testing involves two tests to be conducted per year. The first test being a push button test which ensures the internals react in a timely manner with no delay to the test facility. A yearly test can be performed by an electrician and or licenced technician. An electrician must have an observer (trained in switchboard rescue), the electrician can remove the switchboard cover and access all the relevant test points efficiently to perform the required yearly test. A non-electrician (licenced technician) will use an RCD test meter to determine if the RCD phases react to below 300ms.
To ensure you are meeting Workplace Health & Safety requirements, contact FCF to check your Electrical Equipment
For Emergency Exit Lighting systems, ensure to use a QBCC Licenced designer so that your business or workplace complies with AS2293 (the Australian Standard for Emergency Exit Lighting systems). Our dedicated and skilled electricians will be able to assist in guaranteeing that your Emergency and Exit Lighting systems comply with the latest regulations and standards.
Logbook records allow the Fire Authority to view that the Emergency and Exit Lighting system on the premises has been regularly tested to AS2293 every six months, including that all repairs have been completed by licenced personnel. FCF supply these logbooks with the capacity to record five years of testing, which saves our customers money by reducing the frequency of replacing logbooks.
Another way FCF provides value and reduces costs to our customers, is by offering our exclusive 5 Year Warranty Emergency Exit Lighting products. Our professional advice is to review the cost of your Emergency Lighting replacements/repairs over the last five years with products that offer a limited 12 to 24 month warranty compared to a 5 Year Warranty.
Have FCF manage you Emergency Exit Lighting design, installation, testing and maintenance. We are here to offer cost effective solutions with the best advice and service.
Call today to compare and take advantage of alternate solutions for your business
Covering the local Brisbane and surrounding areas, our Fire Technicians provide superior service to our customers by assisting with managing Fire Extinguisher compliance. At FCF, we employ and develop our teams to be highly skilled QBCC licenced professionals, which include Fire Certifiers. This is to ensure that as a business we are delivering above industry standard quality service and able to meet legislative requirements for our customers.
Also known as Portable Fire Extinguishers, this first response fire equipment item is important for the initial attack of a fire in an emergency to assist people in escaping a premise. To ensure your business or workplace complies with AS2444 (the Australian Standard for the Selection and Location of Portable Fire Extinguishers and Fire Blankets), FCF installs all types of Fire Extinguishers including the below:
We strive to assist to have your business meet QLD Fire Regulations MP6.1 along with providing transparency and detailed reporting to ensure that our customers understand the status of their fire safety systems compliance. Most of our customers want to meet and cover the risks to their business. At FCF, we are eager to help and want to make managing your fire compliance easy with providing the right advice.
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Fire Detection and Alarm Systems can be complex, with extremely sensitive equipment monitoring buildings and apartment blocks.
AS1670 is the Australian Standard that helps Fire Certifiers design a Fire Detection System for people’s safety. Once the design is completed along with installation and commissioning for the building, AS1851 takes over as the maintenance standard for the system.
Finding a competent service provider can be difficult as it takes years to become a Certifier and even more dedication as you become available 24/7 for faults on systems and false alarms. To ensure you have the best team, from Certifiers, Installations, and Testers, call FCF. We are happy to take on your Fire Panel issues and get to the bottom of why the system is reporting false data.
Most large buildings needs a fire hose reel. They provide a controlled amount of water in critical locations to help people escape a building in an event of a fire. They would normally be mounted on a wall or in a cabinet with appropriate signage to indicate their location(s).
It’s manually operated by opening the valve. The reels range from 18 to 36 metres in length with 13mm, 19mm or 25mm diameter hose.
To comply with Australian Standards, all hoses require regular detailed checks by a fire professional.
Large buildings needs a fire hose reel and sometimes sprinkler systems too. They provide a controlled amount of water in critical locations, which help people escape a building in an event of a fire.
Fire reels are normally mounted on a wall or in a cabinet, and sprinklers above critical rooms. Appropriate signage has to also be installed to indicate their location(s).
To comply with Australian Standards, all fire protection equipment require regular detailed checks by a fire professional.