You never think a devastating event will happen to your business, but nobody is immune from the threat of fire. Preparing your business to survive such an event is vital whether you’re a small family-run business or a company with a large team. You have a duty to protect the lives on your property by
The holiday season is time for families and friends to get together, but, it’s also a time when the risk of fire increases. Many buildings use lights and other electronic decorations, while other properties are unattended at this time, leaving them especially vulnerable. Just a few extra steps and services can prevent a fire
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?
Although a perennial process, organising and carrying out annual fire safety inspections can require much effort from building managers; however, a misstep could be time-consuming and can cost thousands in penalties, not to mention unhappy tenants. Plus, carrying out inspections is a requirement to secure your AFSS — your primary proof of fire safety
In the world of fire safety, very few features distinguish one service provider from another. If you think about it, most if not all provide the same products and services. How can you be sure you’re working with a provider who offers the best value? The answer matters because fire safety is a considerable
You’ve seen it in movies: the hero sets off the fire sprinklers to cause a diversion, the entire building gets flooded, and he gets away to save the day. Unfortunately, Hollywood gets a lot of things wrong about sprinkler systems. Also, unlike the flicks, fires are real and very serious. Uncontrolled, it could lead
In a world of side-hustles and self-learning, how do you know you’re working with someone you can trust? One way is to choose companies who comply with the highest standards of quality, environmental and workplace safety management. That’s why Global Fire is proud to be certified to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and AS/NZS 4801