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.
The Australian Made, Australian Grown logo is a marker of quality, and has been central to the Trafalgar Group's manufacturing operations and its safety credentials.
Australia's combustible cladding crisis continues with Biowood not compliant with the Building Code of Australia in multi-storey residential properties.
Australia's state governments are grappling with updated combustible cladding regulations. Lawyer Kingsley Grimshaw outlines the response.
More support will be provided for firefighters, following a landmark study into their mental and physical health.
Vehicle owners and operators are advised to familiarise themselves with changes to Australian Standard AS5062.
National businesses are being urged to standardise maintenance of fire protection as Victoria joins the rest of Australia in implementing fire protection maintenance standard AS1851-2012.
Rosemount 975 flame detectors are a line of optical flame detectors designed to perform in the harshest environmental conditions and connect directly to alarm or automatic fire extinguishing systems.
With the mandatory installation of photoelectric smoke alarms in all homes in Queensland, one manufacturing company is ceasing production of ionisation smoke alarms altogether.
A UQ researcher and 'fire chaser' has won a national competition for a project that looks at fighting intense bushfires with science.
Technology developed at RMIT to detect powerline fires before they happen may be adapted for China's extensive, and very fast, rail system.
A glass-roofed atrium in one of the Southern Hemisphere's largest shopping centres presented a fire detection challenge solved by Xtralis.
Tyco Fire Protection Products has released the VIGILANT Generation 6 MX Addressable Fire Detectors range including the Heat Detector (850H), Photo Smoke Detector (850P) and Multi-sensor Smoke and Heat Detector (850PH).
A new bushfire monitoring system, due to be operational by June next year, can provide updates to emergency responders every 10 minutes — a vast improvement to the current rate of every 6 hours.
FLIR Systems has added the FLIR K2 and FLIR K65 to its K-Series range of thermal imaging cameras.