QLD – HENDRY building certifiers provide a complete and independent fire safety installations audit and reporting service to suit client’s buildings. A fire safety installation audit enables property managers and building owners to have the assurance that their buildings are safe, and meet their fire safety installation audit obligations under Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 (BFSR).

Our fire safety installation audit provides clients with various services to meet their needs, including fire safety installation identification,  fire safety installation reporting, Fire and Smoke Door Inspections, fire safety installation determinations, fire safety installation schedules, fire safety installation logbooks, Annual Statements and Reports, Controlling Authority Negotiations, Specialist Maintenance Contractor Statement Monitoring, Initial Hazard Risk Inspections, Emergency Evacuation Plans and Online fire safety installation/ Logbook Reporting.

A fire safety installation audit includes a comprehensive compliance auditing service that addresses Queensland statutory control requirements, including the Safety Measures nominated in the Building Code of Australia (BCA). Our inspection results are provided in fully compliant fire safety installation logbooks, either in hard copy, via email or through online access to the our secure website for all reports, logbooks and annual fire safety installation reports.

Our fire safety installation audit will point out when necessary, that for a considerable period of time prior to the introduction of the term fire safety installation in the Building Regulations 2006, Queensland legislation referred to essential services. In a fire safety installation audit the term essential services can be read as fire safety installation under the current regulations.

Queensland Building Legislation Table

For an overview of the Queensland Building Control System refer to our Queensland Building Legislation Table.