Leader in Fire, Electrical & Safety Compliance Services

Speak with an expert

FCF News

Importance Of Hiring A Healthcare Centre Fire Inspector

Posted on 24 April 2019
What many building owners or managers neglect is the importance of fire safety inspection. As a person holding the responsibility of the medical centre's safety, one must ask the question, How much responsibility do I have in keeping a medical centre fire safe vs. after a fire accident in the facility? It sure does sound like the latter makes a bigger responsibility and problem. This is why it is so important to hire a Hiring a Healthcare Centre Fire Inspector
That is why conducting ...
Posted in: fire safety Fire Risk Assessments Fire Inspection  

Making A Effective Healthcare Fire Safety Plan

Posted on 24 April 2019
Making A Effective Healthcare Fire Safety Plan

  If you ask a random staff member if they know all the exit routes in the building or if they know how to determine fire extinguisher types and they say 'no', your medical centre might be at risk. The importance of creating a foolproof healthcare fire safety plan is as important as the lives in the health facility.
Hence, this practical guide:
Constituting An Emergency
It is necessary to be able to assess a situation whether it qualifies as an emergency...
Posted in: Safety Plan  

What To Know About Child Care Fire Safety Training

Posted by FCF on 24 April 2019
What To Know About Child Care Fire Safety Training
Fire incidents are the last thing we want in day care centres, especially knowing that this may cause trauma to the children and consequently affect their education. Henceforth, it is a priority to train staff on Child Care Fire Safety Training to minimise hazards and fire accidents.
Owning or managing a day care centre means being fully responsible for the safety of everyone occupying the building. It is not only a legal obligation but an ethical duty as well, wherein the health, s...
Posted in: fire safety Fire Training  

3 Steps To Planning A Fire-Safe Childcare Centre

Posted on 24 April 2019
3 Steps To Planning A Fire-Safe Childcare Centre


There are many ways for a fire to occur in a childcare centre, but there are far more ways to reduce the chances of it. With the help of a fire safety plan, childcare centres can gain a good level of safety without worrying about mishaps and create a Fire-safe Childcare Centre.

Establishing a Fire-safe Childcare Centre Plan involves these three major steps:
1. Identifying And Assessing The Hazards

While it may not look like childcare centres are prone to danger, it is sti...
Posted in: fire safety Fire Training  

Your Guide To Childcare Centres Fire Drill

Posted on 24 April 2019
A Childcare Centres Fire Drill procedure in childcare centres serves as your life support during emergencies. It is the fundamental basis for order and maximum safety in any fire incident. With that said, building managers and safety officers are urged to create an emergency evacuation plan as a guide to all the staff and children.
If you are just venturing into safety practices or looking towards improving your existing plan, here is a basic guide for day care centres.   ...
Posted in: Fire Drills  
< Previous | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | Next >

We Are Proud To Service 6500+ Clients

Latest News

Importance Of Hiring A Healthcare Centre Fire Inspector

Posted on 24 April 2019
What many building owners or managers neglect is the importance of fire safety inspection. As a person holding the...

Making A Effective Healthcare Fire Safety Plan

Posted on 24 April 2019
avatar
Making A Effective Healthcare Fire Safety Plan

  If you ask a random staff member if they know all the exit routes in the building or if they know ho...

What To Know About Child Care Fire Safety Training

Posted by FCF on 24 April 2019
avatar
What To Know About Child Care Fire Safety Training
Fire incidents are the last thing we want in day care centres, especially knowing that this may cause trauma to th...
Read all
  • memberships

FCF Head Office

1/6 Victory East Street,
Urangan, Queensland 4655