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Mining Safety Equipment in Tasmania

Posted on 11 June 2019
Mining industry poses unique and significant challenges in terms of safety of the workers. Like other industries, Mining Safety starts by determining and reducing potential risks and hazards in the environment. Miners depend on proper safety practices along with mining safety equipment in improving safety precautions, provide warning and guarantee protection from the hazards of working in the field.   One of the important components in maintaining a healthy workplace is provid...
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Tasmania Fire Service and Fire Extinguisher Services

Posted by FCF on 11 June 2019
Tasmania Fire Service and Fire Extinguisher Services
  Legislation in Tasmania requires building owners and occupants to have their fire protection equipment regularly serviced, tested, maintained and repaired by a holder of permit issued by the Chief Officer of the Tasmania Fire Service. It is a violation for a person to service any fire protection equipment including installation, maintenance, or rectification without TAS fire permits.   Fire protection equipment include fire extinguishers, fire hose reels, fire hydra...
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How to Get TAS Fire Permits

Posted on 11 June 2019
In all areas of Tasmania where the risk of bushfire is considered high, the State may require TAS Fire Permits during certain period. The objective of this permit is to coordinate and monitor controlled burning of vegetation and reduce the risk of spreading the fire.   Permit periods are commonly enforced from November to March or during the dry summer period; this may vary from year to year relying on the dryness of the vegetation and the risk of fire. During this period, TAS...
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Tips for Choosing the Right Tas Fire Equipment

Posted on 11 June 2019
Installation of Fire Protection Equipment is one of the fundamental methods of maintaining fire safety in an establishment. Though most fire incidents can be prevented, it is best to have suitable system to put off fire or warn everyone in the premises in case it does occur. The first step in finding the appropriate fire equipment is to clearly define and understand the purpose of the fire protection system. In planning the design of a fire protection system, every worst case scenario ...
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Fire Safety Training Hobart: Why Is It Necessary

Posted on 11 June 2019
A fire outbreak is one of the most tragic accidents that could happen to homes and businesses; they destroy property, and cause death and injury. Fires in businesses could cause loss in job and profit as many of the establishments burned down are rarely rebuilt. By the mandate of the state and local legislation, building owners, managers and employers are obliged to protect everyone who lives, works or visits the establishment from the threat of fire. This includes risk assessment...
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