Occupier Statement Explained

When it comes to managing properties in Queensland, one crucial thing to remember for fire safety is the annual occupier’s statement. This document might not seem like a big deal, but it’s really important. It keeps track of all the checks and assessments done on different fire safety systems in a building. In this article, we’ll talk about what the annual occupier’s statement is, why it’s needed, and why getting a third-party fire safety audit can be helpful.

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Maintenance Tolerance Period Explained

The Qld Development Code MP6.1 calls up Australian Standard AS1851-2012 as the minimum service requirements for prescribed fire safety installation, therefor becomes mandatory.

The frequencies are set out in the Australian Standard AS1851-2012; tolerances apply to the frequency service intervals set out for each required service.

Tolerances are applied to the date of the initial activity, for example:

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Third Party Certification – Why wouldn’t you do it?

self certification and its pitfalls have been well documented. …. more here