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Australian Standards & Fire Codes

Complete Fire & Pumps guarantee clients that all equipment and services provided adhere to Standards and Fire Codes, Building Codes and relevant Government and Industry Standards. Australian standards and legislation are put in place to ensure that in the event of a fire hazard, fire safety provisions protect the building and occupants within the property

“Adherence to our robust Australian fire standards isn’t just part of our job – it’s part of our ethos” 

AS 2293.3

  • AS 2293.3 2005 – Emergency escape lighting and exit signs Part 3: Emergency escape luminaires and exit signs

AS 4118.1.1 - 1996

  • Fire Sprinkler Systems Components

AS 4587 - 1999

  • AS 4587—1999  Water Mist Fire Protection Systems

AS 5414 - 2012

  • Bushfire Water Spray Systems

ISO 15779 - 2011

  • ISO 15779:2011(en) Condensed aerosol fire extinguishing systems — Requirements and test methods for components and system design, installation and maintenance — General requirements

AS 2941 - 2013

  • Fixed Fire Protection Installations – Pumpset Systems

AS 2419.1-2021

  • Fire hydrant installations – System design, installation and commissioning

AS 1530.4 - 2005

  • AS 1530.4—2005  Methods for fire tests on building materials, components and structures Part 4: Fire-resistance test of elements of construction

AS 7240.6 - 2006

  • AS 7240.6 2006 Fire Detection and Alarm Systems Part 6 Carbon monoxide fire detectors using electro-chemical cells. 

AS7240-20

  • Automatic Fire Detection and Alarm Systems Part 8: Multi-point aspirated smoke detectors 

AS1603.17-2011

  • AS1603.17-2011 Automatic fire detection and alarm systems Warning equipment for people with hearing impairment

AS 3786 - 2014

  • AS 3786:2014 – Smoke alarms using scattered light, transmitted light or ionization 

AS/NZ 1668.1 - 1998

  • The use of ventilation and airconditioning in buildings Fire and smoke control in multi-compartment buildings

AS/NZS 1841.1 2007

  • AS/NZS 1841.1 2007 – Portable fire extinguishers

AS 3745

  • AS 3745 – Planning for emergencies in facilities

NCC 2022 (Preview)

To be adopted by States and Territories from 1 May 2023.
Until 1 May 2023, NCC 2019 Amendment 1 is still in force. 

as/nzs 3012

  • Electrical installations-Construction and demolition sites

AS 3959 - Construction of Buildings in Bushfire Prone Areas

  • Construction of Buildings in Bushfire prone Areas

NOHSC - 2017

  • National Code of Practice for the Storage and Handling of Workplace Dangerous Goods [NOHSC: 2017 (2001)]

Do You Comply?

Contact one of our specialist team today, for advice and help with understanding your obligations.

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