fire service audits
Your fire service audit is a comprehensive review of fire safety and protection systems within your building, structure or facility.
Your peace of mind
Your fire service audit is a comprehensive review of fire safety and protection systems within your building, structure or facility. We undertake to determine if your fire safety systems meet the detail of relevant Australian Standards, Building Regulations, Building Code of Australia and the mandatory maintenance requirements.
Australian Standard 4655 – 2005
Utilising Australian Standard 4655, Bradbury ensures that all of its audits are conducted with the structured process of auditing fire safety against audit criteria to enable stakeholders to adequately gauge, to differing levels of confidence, the efficacy and suitability of fire safety measures in facilities and to ensure that adequate fire safety records are generated and retained.
Our fire service audit procedure checks the current installations, components and equipment as well as all related services for installation, performance and maintenance compliance. Using the building’s baseline data and Australian Standards, such as AS 1851, Bradbury will report on expected levels of compliance and provide recommendations to achieve certification with the various state based building acts and the Building Code of Australia.
Five Steps to Certification
Across Australia, most jurisdictions now require some level of fire safety certification, as an on-going process. Bradbury Essential Safety Compliance assists you in achieving your building or facility’s level of certification through the following steps:
- Consultation and evaluation of client needs
- Site assessment
- Specific solutions
- Construction and compliance documentation review
- Regulatory certification issued
Call the professionals at Bradbury and get it right, the first time!
When it comes to Essential Safety Measures compliance, don’t second chance your valuable building assets and mandatory reporting requirements on amateurs.