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Fire Protection Equipment & Electrical Services Australia Wide

FCF Fire & Electrical help Aussie businesses and homes stay safe by supplying and maintaining fire protection equipment for homes, offices, mine sites, apartments, resorts and remote services.

Welcome to FCF Fire and Electrical

FCF Fire and Electrical Specialises in Commercial and Residential Fire Protection and Electrical services. As Fire Protection Association Australia members, we can assist you with:

  • Supply, installation and Maintenance of Fire Safety Equipment
  • Fire Safety Training
  • Electrical Services

Our fully qualified Fire Technicians and Electricians are on stand by to deliver you Australia’s best fire safety and electrical service. For a free, fast quote, contact us today.

Supply Installation and Maintenance of Fire Protection Equipment

Australian businesses are required by law to maintain a level of fire safety in the workplace. Regulations such as AS1851 outline the types of equipment that should be installed. It is important to follow these guidelines to ensure your business is 100% fire safety compliant. The types of fire protection equipment required will vary from business to business. We know the correct equipment for your business operations. Some of the basic types of fire protection equipment we specialise in are:


Fire Extinguishers

There are 6 main different types of fire extinguishers that can be installed in your business. We know the right type for your business as well as the quantity and location these extinguishers need to placed. We also know the correct signage to display according to the Australian Standards. When it comes to fire safety, your business can’t afford to get it wrong. Protect your staff and customers and ensure you are 100% Fire Safety Compliant.


Emergency Exit Signs

Australian businesses are required to have emergency exit signsinstalled. This is to help staff and personnel safely exit in the case of a fire emergency. Australian Standards determine where Emergency lights should be placed within a building. We know where and how many emergency exit lights need to be installed in your building. These lights also need to be serviced and maintained periodically.


Fire Blankets

Another piece of common fire protection equipment is a fire blanket. These are particularly handy for putting out fires associated with cooking fat and oils. For this reason they should be installed in any commercial kitchen. They are used to extinguish small fires. They don’t cause the same amount of mess and damage that a fire extinguisher can often cause.


Smoke Detectors

Smoke detectors are proven life savers. They should be installed in places of commercial accomodation. Hotels, motels, hostels and boarding schools are all required to have working smoke detectors installed. When not properly maintained, smoke detectors can malfunction or cause false alarms. Its essential and in many cases a legal obligation for businesses to ensure their smoke alarms are working periodically.

Fire Alarm Panels

Smoke detectors are also part of Fire Control Panels or Fire Alarm Panels. These systems are an integral part of a building’s fire safety. They are used to detect and respond to fire using a pre determined response action. Larger office buildings and hotels must have their fire alarm panel regularly tested. We can assist with the supply, installation and maintenance of Fire Alarm Panels nation wide.

Other Protection Components

As well as the above fire safety equipment, we can also supply, install or maintain other components to a buildings fire safety. This includes fire hydrants, fire hose reels, and eye wash stations. We can also devise an emergency evacuation procedure. This is vital for all public buildings and workplaces to have. We can also train your staff on the emergency procedures and instruct them on how to use fire safety equipment such as fire extinguishers.

Fire Equipment Maintenance

Once Fire Equipment is installed in your business it must be maintained to ensure it is fully operational. Different states have different standards when it comes to fire equipment maintenance. Regardless of the standard, it is smart to have your fire protection equipment maintained on a periodic basis. This includes the electrical test and tagging of all electrical equipment. Detecting a fault in advance can prevent damage to expensive equipment. It can also prevent injury and fire.

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Fire Protection Services for Businesses

FCF National ensure Your Local Business is Fire Safe, ensuring Fire Protection for You and Your Customers. Because FCF National are Truly National and Truly Local for Every Australian. Find out more about becoming a fire safety franchise.

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FCF National Metro to Rural Coverage plan means we can offer friendly local service with a big national vision. We understand Australia because we are Australian Owned & Operated. With Fire Service Locations all around the country

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FCF National are committed to Australian Communities by providing free Fire Education for Australian High School Students.

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Latest FCF National Fire Safety Articles

Why Consider Fire Systems When Putting Up a Retail Business

Why Consider Fire Systems When Putting Up a Retail Business

By Angela Calumpang | July 3, 2018

As a store owner, you know it’s important to ensure that your retail business is safe and secure for both customers and employees. Things like exposed wire from lighting or computers, improper chemical storage in a back room or combustible materials left near a heat source are huge fire risks that could harm both customers … Read more

Fire & Safety in Australia: What Commercial Builders Should Consider Regarding Fire Protection

By Angela Calumpang | April 24, 2018

When constructing a building, commercial builders must consider not only public health and safety but also building fire safety. They must look at the property from all angles, From thinking about the fire safety on a construction site, materials used in their design to set up suitable flow and layout for rescue, commercial builders do … Read more

FCF Fire & Electrical Exclusively Offers Emergency Exit Lights With 5-year Warranty

FCF Fire & Electrical Exclusively Offers Emergency Exit Lights With 5-year Warranty

By Angela Calumpang | March 15, 2018

Emergency exit lights can usually be seen within many businesses, and are used in order to lead occupants of a business facility to an exit during the event of an emergency. Emergency Exit Lights say “EXIT” on a rectangular sign above a doorway to the outside, and are a requirement for most businesses for fire … Read more

FCF Fire and Electrical Launches Online Fire Safety Training Platform

FCF Fire and Electrical Launches Online Fire Safety Training Platform

By Angela Calumpang | March 6, 2018

Prevention is the easiest way to keep the workforce safe from fires. Online fire safety training is a great way to ensure your employees are well-informed and trained without spending a lot of time in the training room. Waiting for a training class to start can be time-consuming and reading pages and pages can be … Read more

What Commercial Builders Should Know About Fire Protection

What Commercial Builders Should Know About Fire Protection

By Angela Calumpang | February 19, 2018

Buildings under construction present unique fire hazards that require special attention. Fires can result in major losses and long delays in the completion of a project. Fire safety can be ensured if flammable materials are kept away from heat and oxygen. Three ingredients of fire are fuel, oxygen, and source of ignition.  If any of … Read more

Fire Extinguisher Types That are Appropriate for Resorts

Fire Extinguisher Types That Are Appropriate for Resorts

By Angela Calumpang | January 25, 2018

As a resort owner or manager, your primary concern is that your guests will love their safe stay. Besides offering first-rate services, this also involves ensuring optimum life safety. Fire safety in resorts is actually delicate: You have to protect various areas with various environmental factors and also you do not want the guests to … Read more

Fire Alarm Requirements in Hotels

Fire Alarm Requirements in Hotels

By Angela Calumpang | January 5, 2018

The transient nature of the hotel industry would mean it provides a likely greater risk for fires as guests are there to sleep, in new surroundings and might not be aware of the emergency fire procedures and evacuation routes. Staff is generally working shifts as well as dealing with new customers each day. This could … Read more

What You Should Know About Fire Safety in School

What You Should Know About Fire Safety in School

By Angela Calumpang | November 13, 2017

Fire safety refers to precautions taken to prevent or reduce the likelihood of a fire that could end up in death, injury, and property damage. Fire safety measures must be used as early as the construction of a school. Assessments and inspections which have been done in schools suggest that non-teaching and accommodation areas contain … Read more

Evacuation Diagrams According to Australian Standards

Evacuation Diagrams According to Australian Standards

By Angela Calumpang | August 31, 2017

A key component of AS 3745-2010 is the provision of evacuation diagrams. These diagrams are intended to provide emergency and evacuation information for occupants and visitors. They should contain concise, clear and appropriate detail to inform occupants and visitors in an emergency. Fire Evacuation Diagrams are an important element of your facility’s safety plan and … Read more