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Hartec Fire Safety Information
At Hartec Fire Systems, we are committed to providing leading fire protection services to keep people and properties safe across Brisbane and surrounding areas.
For owners, businesses or an individual occupying a building in Queensland, there is a legal obligation to ensure the safety of any person in that building in the event of a fire or hazardous material emergency.
QFES Fire Safety Management Tool for Owners / occupiers
The Building Fire Safety Management Tool and Advisory Notes are aimed at helping owner/occupiers manage their fire safety compliance. We recommend that you review the Fire Safety Management Tool For Owners/Occupiers and once you have completed the checklist, get in touch with Hartec Fire Systems. Our experienced fire protection team welcome the opportunity to help you in ensuring your fire safety compliance.
Fire Protection for People and Properties in Queensland – putting it all together
The Act provides the head of power to the Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 (the Regulations).
Part 5 of the Regulations sets out the requirements for the maintenance, recording and reporting of prescribed fire safety installations.
The Regulations subsequently call up the Queensland Development Code (QDC) MP 6.1 to establish the maintenance requirements for all buildings (see diagram below).
The Queensland Development Code (QDC) MP 6.1 sets the performance criteria and acceptable solutions for maintenance of prescribed fire safety installations and keeping of appropriate records of the commissioning and maintenance.
- AS 1851-2012 – Routine service of the fire protection systems and equipment.
- AS/NZS 2293.2-1995 - Emergency evacuation lighting for buildings—Inspection and maintenance (including amendments 1, 2 and 3) for emergency lighting.