Fire Protection

Fire Doors

Fire Doors

October 17, 2017 / 0 Comments

Aegis Safe specialise in a fire door supply and installation services.  Our team of fire door experts will deliver a high level of professional and personalised services combined with consistent high quality and accurate delivery schedules.  Our customers remain with us due to our quality of fire doors and expert knowledge.  We have gained a great…

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annual fire safety statement

Annual Fire Safety Statements

October 16, 2017 / 0 Comments

Annual Fire Safety Statements – Assessment Services Having your fire protection systems regularly inspected and maintained is not only important for safety, it’s also the law; such as Section 166 of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulations (2000). Every year you must submit an annual fire safety statements to your Council and the fire…

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Fire Protection Services

Fire Protection Services

October 13, 2017 / 0 Comments

Aegis Safe provides a specialist approach to your fire protection needs, with the aim of making property fire protection and compliance quicker, easier and better value for your money. Our qualified fire protection service technicians can provide unparalleled fire protection services in the areas of sales, installation, service and routine maintenance across all area of…

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Fire Safety Checklist: Facility Manager

January 13, 2017 / 0 Comments

Fire can have a devastating effect on your business and poses a serious risk to the safety and welfare of your building’s occupants. Fire can cause property loss and damage to your building, business and assets. This can result in significant costs and lengthy downtime while repairs and rebuilding take place. Important data and other…

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Bush Fire Safety: How To Survive A Bushfire

November 10, 2016 / 0 Comments

Bush fires occur naturally in our Australian environment. Many people fail to properly prepare for them even though they take place regularly. You need to prepare well in advance of a bush fire threat.  If you leave your critical decision making too late you may have very few safe options left. To be safe as…

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Fire Hose Reel

Fire Hose Reels

September 11, 2013 / 0 Comments

Fire Hose Reels provide an accurate and controlled supply of water to combat a potential Class A fire risk. All Aegis Safe Fire Hose Reels comply to Australian Standard AS/NZS1221. Various types of Fire Hose Reels are available to meet specific needs. Aegis Safe Fire Hose Reels come in a 36m Fire Hose Reel, a…

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Fire Protection Equipment for Businesses

Fire Safety for Business

September 11, 2013 / 0 Comments

As a business owner or manager of your building, you know that adequate safety equipment should be in place. Fire protection is an essential element of building safety, but how much thought do you give to the full effect that just one fire could have on your business? Protecting people is the number one consideration…

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Fire Safety in the Home

February 5, 2013 / 0 Comments

Most fatal fires occur in the home and winter is a high-risk time. A faulty electrical appliance or washing left too close to a heater could have disastrous consequences, causing major structural damage and exposing family members to harm. Fortunately there are a few simple things you can do to help protect your family from…

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Fire Safety For Caravans and Campervans

February 4, 2013 / 0 Comments

There are more than 330,000 caravans and recreational vehicles registered in Australia, with up to 80,000 being used by holidaymakers and travellers on any given day. Over the past 10 years, NSW Fire and Rescue fire fighters have attended nearly 1,000 incidents in caravans, campervans and mobile homes, with more than 60 injuries and eight fatalities reported at…

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Home Fire Safety: Prevent House Fires in Winter

February 4, 2013 / 0 Comments

Statistics reveal that almost half of all home fires are started in the kitchen and 43% of all fire fatalities occur in winter. The key to reducing the risk of fire occurring in your home and to surviving a house fire is being prepared. Everyone in your household should understand what risks there are in…

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Home Fire Safety: Prevent Bedroom Fires

February 4, 2013 / 0 Comments

Bedrooms are where fires often start. More than 600 lives were lost due to fire that started in the bedroom. Common causes of these fires are electrical devices that were left unattended, or misuse of electrical equipments such as extension cords. Other fire triggers include children playing with lighters and matches, smoking in bed, and…

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Home Fire Safety: Prevent Kitchen Fires

February 1, 2013 / 0 Comments

There are more fires that start in the kitchen than in any other room of the house. Cooking in the home is also one of the leading causes of fire related deaths and causes the majority of kitchen fires. Nearly half of half of all house fires start in the kitchen and the majority of these…

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Home Fire Safety: Prevent Clothes Dryer Fires

January 28, 2013 / 0 Comments

Fires caused by clothes dryers Clothes dryers have become an indispensable part of most family homes. Most people don’t know that clothes dryers are one of the major causes of house fires. Before clothes dryer makes it to your home they are rigorously tested, inspected and then certified to make sure that Australian standards are met.…

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Home Fire Safety: Smoke alarms in your home

January 28, 2013 / 0 Comments

Smoke alarms in your home Having working smoke alarms in your home is absolutely essential for protecting your family. A smoke alarm will provide you with an early warning and give you advice or extra time to escape from the house if there is a fire. Every home must have at least one working smoke…

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House Fires: How To Get Out Alive

January 28, 2013 / 0 Comments

In 2012 NSW suffered more than 4219 house fires that were responsible for 21 preventable fire deaths and 649 fire injuries. Contact Aegis Safe for fire extinguishers and fire safety services in Sydney. There is a house fire in Queensland every 4 to 5 hours. In many cases the death due to housefires could have been avoided…

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Home Fire Safety: Using Electricity Safely in Your Home

January 25, 2013 / 0 Comments

You can easily prevent fires in your home by using electrical equipment safety and maintaining it regularly.  Below are some of the things you can do to prevent a fire in your home. Contact Aegis Safe for fire extinguishers and fire safety services in Sydney. A build up of grease, dirt and dust can fuel a fire. All…

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How to use Fire Extinguishers and Fire Blankets

January 5, 2013 / 0 Comments

In order to protect your family from a fire we recommended that you keep a fire extinguisher and a fire blanket kept within your home. Contact Aegis Safe for fire extinguishers and fire safety services in Sydney. Many of us feel safe in our home but are we really prepared to handle a fire if it starts?…

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Fire Safety Tips for Barbecues (BBQs)

January 5, 2013 / 0 Comments

In this article we walk you through some important fire safety tips for using for BBQ.  Aegis Safe provide all of you fire safety needs including fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, fire doors and fire hydrants. Contact Aegis Safe for fire extinguishers and fire safety services in Sydney. Ensure the bbq is being looked after by a responsible…

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Home Fire Safety

Home Fire Safety Audit

January 4, 2013 / 0 Comments

Contact Aegis Safe for fire extinguishers and fire safety services in Sydney. Use this easy online home fire safety audit.  It is a great way to understand how you can prevent and prepare your home for a fire. Is your home fire safe? As well as the fire safety unit we recommend you follow this fire safety…

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Home Fire Safety

Home Fire Safety

January 3, 2013 / 0 Comments

Contact Aegis Safe for fire extinguishers and fire safety services in Sydney. Almost half of all fires in the home begin in the kitchen and a staggering 43% of all fire fatalities occur in winter. The key to surviving a house fire and reducing the risk of a fire occurring in your home is to be PREPARED.…

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