Keeping up to date with Emergency Management Plans and Fire Training requirements for your Facility is a challenge we can help with.
Plansafe puts everything in one place, and lets you get your team to do Compliant Site-Specific training online, keeping in line with the current Social Distancing Protocols.
We are also able to help you with your obligations with other Relevant Authorities – Ask us How
Annual Occupiers Statement (Qld)
Queensland Development Code MP6.1 was introduced to set appropriate performance standards for maintenance of fire safety installations for the safe occupation of buildings and specify the maintenance records required.
Building owners, managers, and tenants must have a current Occupier Statement which ensures that the fire safety installations are maintained in order to operate as designed and for the safe occupation of buildings. This is renewed annually. ACM can provide this service once the relevant checks have been performed
Annual Fire Safety Statement (AFSS) (NSW)
Under the requirements of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000, a building owner or building owners representative is required to prepare and submit an AFSS for the building to the Local Council and the NSW Fire Brigade
Annual Essential Safety Measures Report (AESMR) (Vic)
Under the Victorian Building Act 1993 and the Building Regulations 2018, building owners, have the responsibility, regardless of age of the building, to ensure that all essential safety measures, pieces of safety equipment, fittings or other safety measures that relate to their building are maintained in order to perform as designed.
To qualify this maintenance requirement, an Annual Essential Safety Measures Report is required to be issued by the owner. The owner may elect to appoint an agent to complete the AESMR on their behalf.
Annual Essential Safety Measures Report (AESMR) (Other States)
Currently in WA/NT/ACT there is no requirement for an annual certification for essential safety measures installed in buildings. Although current applicable O.H. & S legislation in each state does apply and building owners and managers are responsible for the health and safety of all occupants and visitors in their buildings. ACM recommend and can issue the equivalent of an AESMR to businesses in these states to ensure compliance.
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