Annual Fire Safety Certification
To ensure building compliance each state and territory has it prescribed format and a requirements under there respective Act and Legislation.
This is enforced locally by the relevant authority having jurisdiction which in most instances is the local council, or fire brigade. Notice or intent to inspect the premises is generally required 48 hours prior to inspection or if in the event of an incident this may be immediately.
The local authority completing the inspection will require evidence of testing and maintenance to the building fire systems including the Annual fire safety certificate as detailed below.
What essential safety measures certificate is required?
The necessary compliance certificate required to satisfy the respective legislation differs from state as detailed below.
|Victoria||Building Act 1993||Building Regulations 2006||Annual Essential Safety Measures Report|
|Tasmania||Building Act 2000 W||Building Regulations 2004||Form 56|
|South Australia||Development Act 1993||Development Regulations 2008
Minister Spec SA76
|Western Australia||Local Gov (miscellaneous provisions) Act
Occupiers Liability Act 1985
|Occupation Safety and Health Regulations 1996||N/A|
|Northern Territory||Building Act 1993||Building Regulations 1993||N/A|
|Queensland||Fire & Rescue Services Act 1990||Building Fire Safety Regulations 2008||Occupiers Statement|
|New South Wales||Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979||Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulations 2000||Annual Fire Safety Statement|
|Aus Capital Territory||Building Act 2004
Emergencies Act 2004
|Building Regulations 2008
Fire Safety Policy -05
|Annual Verification Certificate|
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