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Fire Safety For Child Care Centres

Posted on 10 May 2019
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Fire Safety For Child Care Centres
Child care centers are tasked with keeping children safe while parents are away, but they also must ensure that kids and staff remain safe in an emergency. Should a fire break out in the facility or nearby, it is absolutely crucial to have fire evacuation procedures in childcare in place. Without it, businesses may face legal ramifications and more if the fire causes injuries or death.   Australian Authorities have put a number of standards and policies in place to ensure...

Retail Business Fire Safety Equipment

Posted on 7 May 2019
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Retail Business Fire Safety Equipment


Every business building, commercial and retail leases should have business fire safety equipment that meets or perhaps surpass the requirements of the law. It is crucial that business owners completely understand their obligations so they can be sure they stay compliant and their building stays safe for their customers and employees.
With this particular information, business owners can be completely educated on what they need to do to remain compliant and how they are able to main...

Fire Safety For Aged Care Facilities

Posted on 30 April 2019
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Fire Safety For Aged Care Facilities
  Fire safety is of utmost importance for aged care facilities because the patients are so vulnerable and lacking in mobility. Fire Safety for Aged Care Facilities is not only important for the health of the patients but required by Australian regulatory reform laws. Properly operating sprinkler systems, smoke alarms, emergency exit signs and other safety hardware is now mandated. There are other safety measures that must also be addressed such as clear pathways to exits, pro...

Fire Safety For Banks

Posted on 29 April 2019

On November 18, 2016, a 21-year-old asylum seeker from Myanmar entered the Commonwealth Bank branch located in Springvale and set himself on fire with the aid of a liquid fuel accelerant. The ensuing fire spread quickly and left the Myanmar refugee, Mr. Islam, and six other people with serious burns. Out of these people, one is in critical condition, one is in critical but stable condition, three are in stable condition, and one has already been treated and discharged from The Alfred Ho...

Fire Safety Equipment in Medical Centres: The Definitive Checklist

Posted on 29 April 2019

Australia has a strong history of raising the standards of fire safety in health care facilities. However, having these rules is one thing, enforcing them is another.
Considering these standards, every building safety manager who is consequently responsible for fire safety is advised to make extra efforts in implementing best practices in the medical centre. Here is the definitive fire safety checklist, which should come in handy. Evacuation lighting systems
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