Annual Fire Safety Statements (AFSS)
Are you looking to complete a safety compliance check in Sydney of your fire systems and assets? At FireCorp Solutions, our team can help certify your systems, safeguarding your site for the future through annual fire safety statements (AFSS).
This will ensure your worksite, facility, property, or Strata owned building is regularly checked and up to code all year round.
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Fire Safety Inspection Services Available Across Sydney
For a comprehensive fire safety inspection and test of your Sydney property or facility, FireCorp Solutions are the professionals you can turn to. Our certified team will be able to undertake all aspects of your compliance check, ensuring your systems are fully operational and effective.
Honest And Reliable Safety Compliance Check in Sydney
As an FPAS accredited team, our technicians will be able to manage the safety compliance check of your Sydney site properly. Before receiving an annual fire safety statement, our team will consult, report and advise you on the current state of your system, highlighting any problems that may need to be rectified beforehand.
Get In Touch To Enquire About Our Strata Fire Safety Compliance Services in NSW
At FireCorp Solutions, we are dedicated to providing an easy and stress free service for all our clients when it comes to their Strata fire safety compliance checks across NSW. If we locate any issues in your fire systems and assets during our inspection, our team can provide you with honest advice on what installations, repairs and maintenance works are required to receive your annual fire safety statements (AFSS).
Please give us a call on 0410 456 709 now to find out more.
Free Assessment & Safety Quote
If you’d like a free site assessment and quote for how we can improve your fire safety systems, call FireCorp Solutions today. We strive to provide honest and comprehensive reports, with no hidden fees and surprises.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Here are the answers to a few questions we receive often, and that can help you understand the importance of a fire safety compliance check.
What is the difference between a fire safety certificate and a fire safety assessment?
A fire safety certificate is issued following an inspection of the fire safety systems in a newly constructed building. A fire safety assessment is conducted yearly, and confirms that an existing building meets the minimum fire safety standards.
Both of these certifications show that your building has appropriate fire detection and suppression systems, as well as other functions such as accessible exits and emergency plans and maps.
Why do I need a fire safety statement?
First and foremost, fire safety statements prove that your building has the correct items and procedures in place that, in the event of fire, will protect the safety and wellbeing of your tenants and their possessions as much as is feasible. This gives you and your tenants peace of mind.
Secondly, if you fail to complete the necessary assessments and paperwork, this can result in heavy fines and legal action if a fire does occur.
So, for your legal and moral comfort, it is important to have fire safety statement assessments performed every year on time.
Do I, as the building manager, need to conduct the fire safety assessments?
No! In fact, these assessments must be carried out by Fire Protection Accreditation Scheme licensed inspectors. At FireCorp Solutions, we have many inspectors available to quickly and easily assess your building, correct any potential issues and issue the certificate or statement. Contact us today to schedule your inspection.