Original update posted on 17 July. Content updated on 23 July.

Following the NSW Public Health orders announced last week, the NSW Minister for Health and Medical Research released an amendment that allows the continuation of fire protection and safety work in residential buildings during the current lockdown.

What’s changed since?

This means that Global Fire can now carry out routine service work in all building classes.

The NSW state government now also recognises fire protection and safety as authorised work deemed essential to our community.

What type of work can resume?

All maintenance or repairs that relate to fire protection and safety can now continue.

Please be assured that Global Fire will follow all necessary health and safety procedures required by the state government, including hand hygiene, mask-wearing and close monitoring of our staff’s wellbeing.

We’re here to help

If you have any further questions or concerns about fire safety work on your premises, contact our team. You can call us during business hours on 1300 887 018 or email us at inquiries@globalfire.com.au.

(The update below was posted on 17 July)


You may be aware that the NSW Government announced tighter restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19. That is why all construction and non-urgent maintenance work will be paused until midnight on Friday 30 July 2021.

To do our part, Global Fire will be following this advice and will be pausing its construction and non-urgent maintenance work.


What does this mean for you?

We will still be open, but only covering emergency callouts. To lodge an emergency call, please call us on our 24-hour number: 1300 887 018.

If you are a new customer and wish to get in touch with us, you still can. Just call us during office hours between 9 am-5 pm or send us an email to inquiries@globalfire.com.au and one of our team will be able to assist you.

We appreciate your patience and understanding and look forward to assisting you.