The Victorian construction sector has been reminded to review its passive fire protection measures, ahead of legislative changes coming into effect in September 2022.
The fire protection industry is frequently traced back to the Ancient Romans. Through technological innovation, these ancient principles have been transformed.
The ACT Emergency Services Agency has signed an agreement with Rosenbauer for an electric fire truck, featuring a range of safety benefits for Fire & Rescue firefighters.
Following the success of AFAC21 Virtual Conference and Exhibition, plans are underway to host AFAC22 in a face-to-face environment in Adelaide.
Trafalgar Group's Granville facility has earned ISO 9001:2015 for its quality management system, and the design, production and supply of passive fire protection products.
At AFAC21 (5–8 October), more than 100 conference presenters across seven immersive streams will take a holistic approach to emergency prevention, management and recovery.
Brisbane-based fire protection maintenance software provider FireMate has partnered with Standards Australia to deliver an integrated fire safety solution.
A major commercial building company has been chosen to lead Project Remediate, NSW's cladding remediation program.
Here are some tips for effective evacuation planning in construction, covering topics such as compliance, training, evaluation and the importance of up-to-date signage.
A Gold Coast jumping castle hire business has been fined $50,000 for exposing two workers, who were burned in a fire, to the risk of serious injury.
An industrial equipment supplier has been charged with breaching the Occupational Health and Safety Act, after a serious workplace incident in Derrimut.
Victorian volunteer firefighters will receive virtual reality training to help them grow accustomed to a range of emergency firefighting scenarios.