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FCF utilises Fire Detection Certifiers to test & maintain Fire Detection Systems, which can be quite complicated, and by using a certifier, this removes nuisance falsa alarms and added equipment that is no necessary to meet AS1670 design requirements.
As Electricians that specialise in Fire Detection Panels / Systems, FCF are highly qualified to design, install, program, test and maintain your Fire System.
FCF have the ability to work on a number of different systems, including Notifier, Ampac, Pertronics and other systems, and as our technicians are qualified fire detection specialists, we are able to manage your system requirements to the required standard.
False alarms are caused by multiple different reasons, including design, environment, and maintenance. These three keys areas will normally reduce the unwanted false call outs to the Fire Brigade and disturbance within your business or premises. Our specialists look forward to challenging themselves in problem fault finding and reducing unwanted alarm call outs. Regular maintenance of the Fire Detection Systems assists in the identification of any faults within the system, allowing preventative maintenance to be undertaken, preventing false alarms and avoiding unwanted fines, saving you money.
Do you need your Fire System Maintained to AS1851? Give us a call today.
Making Fire Extinguisher training or otherwise known as First Response Training available in different formats allows different solutions for different businesses. Once type of training doesn’t fit all clients.
Fire Training can be undertaken in many different ways, since Covid-19, FCF Fire & Electrical have developed new innovative ways to deploy the required fire safety training to the market.
Virtual Reality Fire Training
We offer VR Fire Training which can be performed at your business premises or at a FCF Training room. Our Training can be tailored to your specific business risks and requirements and are safely presented and conducted virtually, making it feel as realistic as possible within your premises.
Our training offers 30plus different scenarios which include office fires, gas fires, shops, PV Fires, vehicle Fires and many more.
Covid-19 has required that fire safety training be more contact free, to ensure FCF can provide the required training as well as meet the required health standards, the virtual reality fire training is the best way to reach staff within your business and those working remotely and or from home. Keeping your business Fire ready and Covid-19 safe.
For more information regarding our VR Training – visit https://firetrainingonline.fcfnational.com.au/vr-fire-training/
Contact us to book a free consultation. We help business comply with all of the Australian Fire Standards.
Our experts are highly trained in the various Fire Regulations, so to know which standards your business needs to comply to.
To ensure that all Sprinkler System Installations, alterations, upgrades, and testing are completed to highest standards, we only use qualified Sprinkler Fitters.
Our team of licenced and qualified Sprinkler Fitters can perform monthly testing, Annual testing, five yearly testing and overhauls at Shopping centres, large industrial premises, insurance required systems and specialised installations.
Our Fire Technicians can also complete all requirements of Fire Tank Maintance from basic testing to AS1851 to more in depth and advanced drain downs and repair work.
For all of your Sprinkler System, Pumpset and Wet Fire System requirements, engage an FCF qualified Sprinkler Fitter.
All Australian workplaces are required to have Fire Evacuation Diagrams installed within their premises. These diagrams provide information and instructions for all persons, staff, or visitors, in a premise, to assist in the safe escape of a building in the event of a fire emergency.
FCF offer a number of different cost-effective choices for your business to comply with the requirements, in a cost-effective manner. These choices consist of ‘Design your own’ which are submitted to us and reviewed by our Fire Safety Advisor and developed by our very own Designer. Another option is ‘Get the Professionals’ which involves one of our Fire Safety Advisors completing the Evacuation Diagrams for you by coming to site, sketching the site, or amending an existing diagram and our Designer developing them from these sketches/diagrams.
As Evacuation Diagram Standards AS3745 change constantly, it is best to utilise FCF’s Fire Safety Advisors to ensure that your business meets the latest amendments.
To find out more regarding Evacuation Diagrams and see your options visit https://fireevacdiagrams.fcfnational.com.au
FCF tests and maintains Fire Hydrant Systems to AS1851 including monthly testing in conjunctions with a Pumpset, six monthly & annual testing and 5 Year Hydrostatic testing.
Having a purpose-built test fire pump to complete flow tests allows efficiencies in our team by having the ability to conduct the required testing and services and our equipment being easy to set up and use. Using a high-end pump and motor allows for the maximum water to be flowed in a Hydrant System.
FCF will assist your business to comply with AS1851 and have your Fire Hydrants, above or below ground tested in accordance with the relevant standards and regulatory requirements.
Fire Doorsets and Frames form a part of the Fire Wall which are normally found at the entrance to Units, apartments, staircases, or Fire Compartments that are not easily spotted.
Our Fire Door Certifiers are carpenters that have the ability to advise on the requirements for your business or premises and also have the required licences to replace and certify any required works.
We have multiple Fire Door Certifiers on hand to assist you with your Passive Fire requirements and by utilising their knowledge and understanding of AS1905, AS1851 documents, our licenced technicians can give you the right advice for your Passive Fire Door requirements.
Give FCF a call for all your Passive Fire Door needs.
Testing Smoke Alarms using AS3786 and the ACT Government Upgrades to residential properties and owner/occupier properties, FCF Fire & Electrical can ensure that you premises is up to date and complies with new legislations.
FCF are up to date and have expansive knowledge of the latest legislation requirements and technology throughout the industry.
Our choice of suppliers enables us to cover mains supply with battery backup up to 10 years, and with technology always advancing and improving, FCF only supply the highest quality units that are fairly priced and achieve exceptionally low false alarm rates.
Put your mind at ease by utilising one of our designers to ensure your property
In ACT, making sure that your Electrical equipment complies with Workplace Health & Safety regulations and requirements is particularly important and ensuring that you use a qualified electrician for repairs which also helps save you money and time. In most cases, the business owner or site manager has the choice to either replace the failed item or have it repaired.
RCD’s, also known as Residual Current Devices or Safety Switches, are required to be tested in Canberra businesses. Testing of RCD’s involves two testing to be conducted per year. The first test is a Push Button Test to ensure that the internals react in a timely manner with no delay to the test facility. An Electrician or Licenced technician can perform the Yearly test which can be completed in two ways, with or without an Electrician. An Electrical with an observer, who is trained in switchboard rescue, can remove the switchboard covers and access all relevant test points efficiently to perform the required testing. A non-electrician or Licenced technician will use an RCD Test meter to determine if the RCD phases react to below 300ms.
To find out if your premises or business is meeting Workplace Health & Safety regulations and requirements, contact FCF Fire & Electrical today.
Utilise the expertise of an Electrical Licenced designer to ensure that your business or property complies with AS2293. Our team can assist with assessing that your Exit & Emergency Lighting complies with the latest regulations.
FCF have created our own branded Logbooks for Exit & Emergency lighting which are left onsite and show the Fire Authority that your site’s Exit & Emergency Lighting has been serviced/tested every six months and complies with AS2293 and all repair works have been completed by licenced personnel. These Logbooks save our clients money as they only need to be replaced every 5 years, making this more cost effective.
We also have 5 Year Warranty Emergency Exit Lighting Products that we can supply to our clients to reduce costs and provide value.
Give us a call today to see how we can assist you with you Exit & Emergency Lighting requirements.
FCF Fire and electrical have qualified locals trained to ensure the requirements of AS2444 and AS1851 are being met to service and maintain the fire extinguishers in your business. FCF have hand selected the technicians to provide local knowledge to Canberra and greater ACT area.
FCF can supply, install & maintain the following Extinguishers:
We also supply High Performance Fire Extinguishers which cover a greater risk and can be applied to your site’s requirements.
Our Technicians are trained to service and maintain all types of Fire extinguishers in accordance with AS1851 and AS2444. They will ensure all your fire extinguisher requirements comply with the relevant standards and all the test and tag records are current, showing the regulatory authority the fire extinguishers have been maintained as required.
Our Goal is to provide our clients with great service and someone they can rely on to look after and maintain their legislative requirements when it comes to Fire Safety.
To learn more about Fire Extinguishers, visit https://fireextinguisherservices.com.au
Most large buildings needs a fire hose reel. They provide a controlled amount of water in critical locations to help people escape a building in an event of a fire. They would normally be mounted on a wall or in a cabinet with appropriate signage to indicate their location(s).
It’s manually operated by opening the valve. The reels range from 18 to 36 metres in length with 13mm, 19mm or 25mm diameter hose.
To comply with Australian Standards, all hoses require regular detailed checks by a fire professional.
Large buildings needs a fire hose reel and sometimes sprinkler systems too. They provide a controlled amount of water in critical locations, which help people escape a building in an event of a fire.
Fire reels are normally mounted on a wall or in a cabinet, and sprinklers above critical rooms. Appropriate signage has to also be installed to indicate their location(s).
To comply with Australian Standards, all fire protection equipment require regular detailed checks by a fire professional.