About this course
This one-day course is offered as a face-to-face, online, or in-house session.
Following a building’s construction, owners are responsible for their upkeep and maintenance – particularly life-safety features, or essential safety measures. Essential Safety Measures gives an overview of the codes and standards related to the control of fire and smoke within buildings in Australia.
||Establishing the importance of the material covered in the course, beginning with a discussion on the life-safety issues and a summary of the legal reasons that HVAC systems must be equipped with fire and smoke control features.
||Exploring the equipment and systems used for HVAC-based fire and smoke control in buildings, as well as the legislated performance requirements for these systems.
||Finding out what is necessary for maintenance to the requirements of state and territory legislation and the Australian Standard AS 1851-2012: Routine service of fire protection systems and equipment.
||Applying your understanding and learning how to advise clients of what level of maintenance and performance testing is required by the regulations, as well as what the Standard specifies must be maintained and how often.