Fire Compliance Reporting

What are Essential Safety Provisions (ESP’s)?

Essential Safety Provisions (ESPs) are a standard part of owning a commercial or multi-unit residential building, and are critical for the safety of the property and its occupants. ESPs are fire safety items which prevent the spread of fire and allow for effective evacuation in the event of an emergency, such as fire extinguishers, non-flammable linings, and exit doors.

ESP requirements for a building are set when development approval is granted, in the form of:

  • Form 1 – schedule of ESPs to be installed in the building, specifies installation and maintenance standards
  • Form 2 – to be completed by the installer of each item (e.g builder), then returned to Council
  • Form 3 – if applicable to the building, must be completed and returned to Council annually.

Failure to comply with ESP requirements is an expiable offence in South Australia:

  • Failure to provide a Form 3 within 60 business days after the end of the calendar year.
  • Failure to maintain ESPs.
  • Failure to produce proof of maintenance upon request.

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Through regular service and maintenance, our technician team aim to provide fire and safety services that are fully functioning. We have the capabilities to service the fire systems in both large and small organisations by maintaining various equipment.

With the aid of FireMate asset management system, Fire System Services can assist Companies & Businesses with their requirements for Compliance Reporting with Schedule of Essential Safety Provisions, Form 3 – ESP Maintenance Verification & Annual Fire Safety Statements.

An important provision in Australian Standard AS1851 Routine Service of Fire Protection Systems and Equipment is the need to keep records of the service work carried out as evidence that the systems and equipment are fit to fulfill the intended purpose.

When the service work has been completed for each system and equipment, the consolidated reports for each system and equipment form evidence that the service routine has been satisfactorily completed or that failures have been noted or rectified.

An Annual Fire Safety Statement MUST BE ISSUED EVERY YEAR and includes all the essential Fire Safety Measures (FSM) that apply to a building.

As your trusted fire and safety services provider, you can be guaranteed that you will receive a fast and effective response for your call out. Contact Fire System Services for your next emergency or maintenance request and our enthusiastic technicians will gladly assist you.

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As your leading provider in fire and safety services, we can deliver a range of specialised fire services. At Fire System Services, we are putting in measures to minimise our carbon footprint by presenting measures including environmentally friendly foam concentrate, intermediate bulk containers for environmentally friendly disposal and dry chemical powder hoppers to reduce wastage of powder. We have a range of services for your business to ensure you are prepared for any situation.

Our products include:

  • Alarm and smoke detection
  • Bush fire safety
  • Exit and emergency lighting
  • Eyewash station and safety shower
  • Fire extinguishers and blankets
  • Fire hose reels
  • Fire hydrant systems
  • Fire warden equipment
  • Smoke products

With a highly skilled team and state of the art technology, you can be confident in the systems we provide which a line with Australian standards.

For all fire and system services, reach out to Fire System Services today to discuss how we can make your commercial or industrial space equip for any emergency.
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