Fire extinguisher testing & inspection services

Fire extinguisher testing is one of the quickest and simplest ways of safeguarding you and your business when there is a fire incident.

Around 90% of fire incidents can be resolved by using a portable fire extinguisher. A countless number of lives and properties have been saved due to diligent maintenance and testing of extinguishers.

Our professional service technicians are skilled and well equipped to carry out your fire extinguisher testing and offer you valuable information about them.

How often do your fire extinguisher need to be tested?

  • All fire extinguishers have to be inspected at six monthly intervals.
  • They need to be pressure tested and refilled every 5 years.
  • The tests and inspections are to be recorded on the label or metal tag attached to the unit.

Fire extinguisher safety laws and regulations

  • All fire extinguisher testing work is to be carried out by competent persons. In Queensland this means someone holding a relevant QBCC licence.
  • Summary records of the testing must be supplied to you with the results of the testing service following each service.
  • The supporting summary record shall be completed and shall include a register of the equipment on the premises, a statement of the service performed and details of missing or defective items.

As a business owner that occupies a building in Australia, you are legally obligated to cover the safety requirements to protect of the occupants of the building in the event of a fire incident. Please contact us if you require more information about the law of fire and safety in Australia.

We specialise in carrying out all fire extinguisher testing Brisbane and Gold Coast in compliance with the Australian Standards (AS1851-2012) and the NCC to make sure that you, your staff and your properties remain safe.

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Fire extinguisher testing service prices

Fire extinguisher testing services only $100 per service.

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This includes:

  • Call out to regular service areas in Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.
  • Testing report issued.
  • Single property service.
  • Up to 6 fire extinguishers.
  • Additional extinguishers $10 each.
  • Testing to AS1851-2012.
  • Fire extinguisher compliance check.
  • Service reminders.

Extinguishers must be tested every 6 months.

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Fire extinguisher services

Fire extinguisher testing services

Testing of fire extinguishers is crucial to the fire safety plan of any building. Our fire safety technicians can test and inspect the extinguisher and even refill them if needed.

Although fire service technicians can give you advice, they cannot change the guidelines that your workplace depends on for fire safety.

As a business owner or manager, you will ideally want to review all the safety plans that include fire extinguisher maintenance practices, ensuring that you are in full compliance with AS1851 2012.

A good fire service plan entails ensuring that your fire extinguishers are ready for use in the case of any fire incident or emergency. We provide a wide range of fire protection services to ensure that you comply with all fire safety regulations.

Testing fire extinguishers

Fire extinguishers are installed in all commercial buildings (offices, retail stores, warehouses, factories, etc.), in public buildings (hospitals, schools, universities, theatres, etc.) and multi-occupancy residential buildings all need to be regularly inspected and tested.

The inspection, test and maintenance regime for testing frequency is specified in the Australia Standard AS 1851 The Maintenance of Fire Protection Systems and Equipment.

 

Fire extinguisher testing requirements

All extinguishers have to be inspected at six monthly intervals and if they don’t have a pressure gauge, they may need to be weighed to make sure they are still full. Some extinguisher types may require additional tasks to be carried out annually. They may need to be emptied, pressure tested and refilled every five years. There may be other extinguisher servicing requirements at 3, 5 or 6 years.

The tests and intervals are to be recorded on a label or metal tag attached to the unit.

No other work is required, provided that the visual inspection shows that the equipment is in a serviceable condition, unless the gauge indicates the unit is under pressure or the weight is too low. Any additional work needed must be approved by the client before being carried out. Extinguishers must, however, be refilled, even if only partially discharged, between the five year services.

 

Here are some guidelines you should follow for your fire extinguisher testing.

  • Testing must be completed every 6 months.
  • The testing standard AS1851-2012 requires servicing by a qualified person.
  • Quick inspections should be carried out periodically to make sure everything is in proper order.
  • You should make sure that all fire safety devices and your fire extinguishers are in proper working condition. This can be ensured by having a reputable fire company service your equipment a carry out fire extinguisher testing.
  • Most varieties of dry chemical extinguishers contain a number of chemicals inside the canister. These extinguishers require an occasional shaking because otherwise some heavier chemicals tend to settle down, thereby destroying the homogeneous mixture and this can greatly reduce efficiency. You need to see if yours requires such regular shaking, typically once a month.
  • Always ensure easy access to your fire extinguishers by all occupants. This is very important because if it isn’t accessible in the time of emergency, then there is no use having it in the first place.
  • Inspect for leaks, dents, rust and wear and tear. Ensure that seals and pins are unbroken.
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Fire extinguisher testing and maintenance

You are required to have your fire extinguishers tested at different intervals as stipulated by the Australian Standards. Below are some guidelines to keep in mind for fire extinguisher testing.

 

We provide the required types of fire extinguisher testing:

  • 6 monthly schedule that consists of specific fire extinguisher servicing.
  • 12 monthly testing schedule that consists of the above procedures plus other specified functional services required by Australian Standards.
  • 5 yearly testing schedule that consists of the 2 above procedures as well as other specified services including pressure tests.

You are expected to test your fire extinguishers every 6 months as specified in the AS1851-2012. Ensure that it is tested by an suitably licenced Gold Coast fire protection company.

Quick inspections should be routinely conducted by staff members to ensure it is in the right working condition.

You should ensure that your fire extinguisher is in its optimal working condition at all times. This can be done by ensuring that a professional fire company is invited to carry out maintenance and testing.

Most types of dry chemical powder fire extinguisher types contain a chemical housed inside the canister. Sometimes the heavier chemicals can settle down; distorting its uniform mixture and this can disrupt its ability to put out fire efficiently. To prevent this happening it is recommended to shake the extinguisher every now and then. Ideally this should occur once every month. You should ensure that this is happening for all of your dry chemical types.

You should also ensure that the fire extinguisher is within easy access for of everybody in the building. This is crucial because if it isn’t accessible by everybody, you defeat the purpose of even having it in the first place.

Furthermore, look for dents, rusts, wear and tear and leaks. Inspect the pins and seals to verify that they are not broken.

Your equipment testing must be at regular intervals as specified by the Australian Standards.

 

The Aegis Safe 10 step fire extinguisher service program includes:

  • Visual inspection of all fire extinguishers on site.
  • Inspecting and recording of maintenance dates.
  • Weighing the fire extinguishers.
  • Visual inspection of the pressure gauges.
  • Inspection of tamper seals and safety pull pins.
  • Removal of discharge hoses and check for continuity.
  • Inspection of the valve assemblies.
  • Cleaning and re-hanging all fire extinguishers.
  • Review of placement, sizes and types.
  • New certification tags to keep you in compliance.​

Fire extinguisher inspections must occur at six monthly intervals and if they don’t have a pressure gauge, they may need to be weighed to check they are still full. Some extinguisher types may require additional tasks to be carried out annually. Extinguishers need to be emptied, pressure tested and refilled every five years. There may be other servicing requirements at 3, 5 or 6 years.

The tests and intervals are to be recorded on a label or metal tag attached to the unit.

No other work is required, provided that the visual inspection of the extinguisher shows that it is in a serviceable condition, unless the gauge indicates the unit is under pressure or the weight is too low. Any additional work needed must be approved by the client before being carried out. Extinguishers must, however, be refilled, even if only partially discharged, between the five year services.

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Fire extinguisher testing, inspections & services

Sales & Installation

Our expert installation team install fire extinguishers in accordance with your specific designs and plans.

Maintenance

Fire extinguishers need to be serviced at regular intervals. We make this easy and cost effective for you.

Inspections

We will inspect and ensure that all your fire extinguishers and equipment are maintained to professional standards.

Industry Capabilities

We will fulfill your requirements for any sized job. We have the expertise to service a single extinguisher or a complete building fitout.

Refilling & Pressure Testing

By pressure testing or refilling your current extinguishers you can save up to 50% on the price of new extinguishers.

Certificates & Documentation

We provide all required documentation from installation certificates to annual fire safety statements & maintenance records.

Fire Extinguisher & Equipment Hire

You can hire extinguishers for your next job, event, festival or party to make sure that you meet your fire safety obligations.

Complete Fire Protection Services

Our team can handle all of your fire protection requirements. Our work is carried out to Australian Standards and at much lower prices than other providers.

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Aegis Safe fire extinguisher testing service benefits

Aegis Safe deliver affordable fire extinguisher services across Australia. Regardless of whether your project is large or small, simple or complex, our extinguisher service division has the expertise you need to install, service and maintain your fire protection system.

QUALITY PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Be confident that you are purchasing products that are certified and specified in annual fire safety statement to assure that our products approved to Australian Standards and meet Building Code specifications. These can be customised to meet your specific business needs. Protect your business or property today with our fire extinguisher service Sydney.

QUICK RESULTS

Our fast response times mean that you won't have any disruption to your day to day trading. Whether it is providing advice and feedback, quoting, carrying out fire extinguisher testing or providing final certificates, you will have the confidence that your job will be completed in an efficient and timely manner.

UPFRONT PRICING

We make sure you know exactly what you are paying for ahead of time. Thanks to our upfront, competitive fire safety contract, you can rest assured knowing you’ll pay an affordable price for any service we perform. We are providing commercial fire doors, smoke detectors and fire hydrant parts at a reasonable price. 

CONVENIENT APPOINTMENT TIMES

Scheduling services for your fire protection services should be simple and easy. That’s why we offer flexible, convenient appointment times that can be worked around your schedule!

Fire extinguisher testing Brisbane

One of the most effective items of fire safety equipment for controlling the initial outbreak of fire in the workplace is a fire extinguisher.

Fire extinguishers are super important when it comes to fire incident scenarios.

They are very handy for containing and putting out small fires and can be easily operated by workers.

Due to this importance of fire extinguishers, it’s crucial to ensure they can perform their job when required. This means that they have been tested and they are functioning properly.

To ensure this important fire safety equipment remains fault free, it’s crucial to undergo fire extinguisher testing. We are the best provider of fire extinguisher testing when it comes to Brisbane due to the following reasons.

 

Fire extinguisher testing experience

When it comes to experienced companies in Australia offering fire extinguisher testing and tagging services as well as testing for all other fire safety equipment, we are at the top of the table.

We have been offering fire extinguisher testing service in Brisbane for multiple years now and are fully aware and equipped to take care of any issues or bugs hampering the proper functioning of fire extinguishers.

Utilizing the services of Aegis safe for fire extinguisher testing Brisbane will ensure your fire extinguishers function properly as and when required.

 

Expert fire extinguisher testing technicians

We have a host of highly-qualified and experienced fire extinguisher testing technicians working for us who utilize the most advanced testing equipment while testing fire extinguishers. We are well known as fire safety experts.

Our experienced technicians will conduct a thorough check-up and fix any lingering issues they might face during the examination.

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Fire extinguisher testing reliability

Aegis Safe is a great option when it comes to fire extinguisher testing Brisbane.

We are one of the most reliable tagging and testing companies in Brisbane and you can trust us to ensure proper functioning of your fire extinguishers and complying with fire safety regulations.

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Testing fire extinguishers

Fire extinguishers are installed in all commercial buildings (offices, retail stores, warehouses, factories, etc.), in public buildings (hospitals, schools, universities, theatres, etc.) and multi-occupancy residential buildings all need to be regularly inspected and tested.

The inspection, test and maintenance regime for fire extinguisher testing frequency is specified in the Australia Standard AS 1851 Maintenance of Fire Protection Systems and Equipment.

 

Can your workplace environment impact fire extinguisher performance?

Fire extinguishers that are subjected to severe and harsh environments may need further maintenance, inspection and testing.

For instance, conditions where fire extinguishers are exposed to extreme temperatures, dust-filled areas, overexposure to sunlight, vibration from machines amongst others, can increase the failure rate of fire extinguishers.

Under these conditions, you want to ensure that your fire extinguishers are tested more often. Some companies also take the extra length of sending a team member on a fire extinguisher testing course.

If you have questions about fire extinguisher testing, you should contact a trained and professional fire extinguisher testing expert to ensure that you understand all the rules and standards.

Do you need any kind of help with your fire extinguisher testing, location, compliance and safety checks? Feel free to get in touch with us.

 

Have the risks changed?

The type of extinguishers that were initially installed in your workplace may no longer be appropriate if the type of fire hazard in your workplace has changed.

For instance, if you have more electrical appliances or switchboards newly installed, then additional Class E extinguisher may nned be installed and maintained.

In the case that flammable liquids have recently been introduced I the workplace, then a Class B extinguisher should be installed accordingly.

It is crucial that you review and access your workplace risks from time to time and update the fire extinguishers in your facility in accordance with the fire risks present in your workplace.

 

Are all of your extinguishers mounted and installed correctly?

Periodic inspections of the cabinets, brackets or enclosures used for your fire extinguisher installation will guarantee that they remain correctly mounted. They should be mounted sturdily to the wall or support to properly secure them, whilst also enabling the tags and titles on them to be easily read.

Be careful to not place fire extinguishers in a location that is either difficult to reach or that poses a risk for anybody trying to reach it. Where feasible, fire extinguishers should be ideally placed in regular walk paths and near exits of the building.

 

Does your fire extinguisher installation meet visibility standards?

Fire extinguisher signage needs to be visible from a distance of up to 20 meters from where they are located in all directions.

 

Will your facility need additional fire extinguishers?

You should review the location and placing of your fire extinguishers and decide if you need more in the area. If there is an expansion to any area, you would need to re-evaluate the situation and check to see if the workplace area still complies with the Australian Standard 2444.

If you have questions about fire extinguisher testing, you should contact a trained and professional fire extinguisher testing expert.

If you need any kind of help with your fire extinguisher testing cost, location or compliance and safety checks feel free to get in touch with us.

 

Benefits of fire extinguisher testing

We carry out all fire extinguisher testing in line with the Australian Standards (AS1851-2012) and the Building Codes Australia to ensure that you, your property and investments are safe.

Fire extinguishers are one of the quickest and simplest ways of safeguarding you and your business when there is a fire incident. Around 90% of fire incidents are resolved by using a portable fire extinguisher and thanks to them, a countless number of lives and properties have been saved due to diligent maintenance and testing of a fire extinguisher. Fire extinguisher testing cost much less than finding yourself in a situation where your equipment are not up to standards.

Our professional service technicians are skilled and well equipped to test your fire extinguishers and fire protection equipment as well as offer you valuable information about them.

 

Fire extinguisher testing frequency?

  • All fire extinguishers have to be inspected by a qualified person at six monthly intervals.
  • Fire extinguishers need to be pressure tested and refilled every 5 years.
  • The tests and inspections are to be recorded on the label or metal tag attached to the unit.

 

Fire extinguisher testing laws and regulations

As a business owner that occupies a building in Australia, you are legally obligated to guarantee the safety of the occupants of the building in the event of a fire incident.

 

Fire extinguisher testing standards

AS1851 2012 requires that your fire extinguishers be tested and tagged every 6 months. Fire extinguishers need to be refilled and pressure tested every 5 years. The standard also clarifies who can inspect fire extinguishers.

AS2444 requires fire extinguishers to be located approximately every 20m - 30m in your premises with appropriate signage.

 

We carry out fire extinguisher testing for the following situations

  • Fire extinguisher testing for home-based needs.
  • Fire extinguisher testing for small businesses.
  • Fire extinguisher tests for large businesses in large offices.
  • Fire extinguishers tests for residential buildings and apartments.
  • Fire extinguishers test for shopping centers and business parks.
  • Testing fire extinguishers for schools and universities in Sydney.
  • Testing fire extinguishers for factories, industries, storage complexes, etc.

 

We offer the following fire protection testing services

  • Portable fire extinguisher testing
  • Emergency and exit lighting testing
  • Fire panel testing
  • Fire alarm testing
  • Fire pump testing
  • Fire hose reels testing
  • Fire hydrant testing
  • Fire door testing
  • Smoke alarm testing

 

Our fire protection equipment testing to Australian Standards

Fire Hose Reels AS2441 - Fire Hose Reel Testing

AS1851 requires that your Fire Hose Reels be tested every 6 months. We usually carry out fire hose reel testing along with your fire extinguisher tests. Fire Hose Reels are 36m in length and can cover a diameter of approximately 40m from the point of installation.

Emergency and Exit Light Testing - Emergency and Exit Lighting AS2293.1

AS2293.1 requires that all of your emergency and exit lights be tested every 6 months, these tests are usually carried out with your fire extinguisher testing and other equipment onsite.

Emergency and Exit lighting illuminates the path of egress outlining exit doors and designated travel ways.

Fire Hydrant Testing - Fire Hydrants AS2419

AS1851 requires that your fire hydrants be tested every 6 months, usually carried out with your fire extinguisher testing.

Fire Door Testing - Fire Doors AS1905

AS1851 requires that your fire doors to be tested annually. AS1905.1 requires fire doors to close automatically, have a Fire Resistant Level (FRL) tag, NO deadbolts installed or fitted and that all gaps around the top, side and bottom comply with the make of door.

Smoke Alarm Testing - Smoke Alarms AS3786

Australian Standard 1851 requires that smoke alarms be tested yearly, usually when the fire doors and fire extinguishers are being tested to minimise disruption to the tenant/owner. Every house, home, unit is required to have a suitable number of smoke alarms installed from 1 May, 2006. Smoke alarms should be located on every level of your home. You should replace the battery in each smoke alarm at least once a year.

Annual fire safety statements (AFSS)

What is it?
An Annual Fire Safety Statement (AFSS) or formally known as Form 15a is a certificate signed by an individual which states that the building complies with the relevant standard of performance as stated in the Australian Standards.

Who Needs one?
The council and NSW Fire Brigade. You should also display one in the main foyer or common area of the property and keep one in your records.

 

Annual Test Record Certificates (ATRC)

What is it?
An Annual Test Record Certificate (ATRC) is a certificate outlining that the fire protection equipment onsite has been tested and maintained. It will note the date of tests and by whom it was tested by.

An ATRC and AFSS are not the same thing.

For Example - The easiest way to explain it would be that you can have your car serviced two (2) times per year or ten (10) for that matter and the car can still not pass registration. It is the same with buildings, even if you have all of the tests completed on your equipment installed onsite you can pretty much guarantee that there will be a few extra things required or changed to meet the original standard of installation.

Did you know that any building other than a house is legally required to issue an Annual Fire Safety Statement (AFSS) to council and the NSW Fire Brigade every 12 months?

Fire safety plans and fire extinguishers

Fire extinguisher testing is an important part of protecting your property. While fire equipment technicians can test your fire extinguishers and re-charge them when necessary, they are often only responsible for performing servicing routines such as regular inspections and testing. Fire equipment technicians can offer advice and guidance, but they cannot make you change to procedures that your workplace relies on for fire safety.

As a business manager, you will want to carefully review all safety plans that include fire extinguisher testing practices, making sure that you are in compliance with AS1851.1. A solid fire extinguisher testing plan includes making sure that your fire safety equipment is ready to perform for any fire emergency. There are checks that you can do for making sure your fire safety policies are in order. Protect your business or property today with our fire extinguisher testing Gold Coast.

Fire extinguisher testing locations

Brisbane

Inner suburbs: Kelvin Grove, Paddington, Woolloongabba, Bowen Hills, New Farm, East, West End, Red Hill, South, Spring Hill, Teneriffe, Herston, Fortitude Valley, Petrie Terrace, Newstead, Kangaroo Point, Highgate Hill

Northern suburbs: Nundah, Ascot, Brisbane Airport, Gordon Park, Zillmere, Nudgee Beach, Aspley Bald, Geebung, Bridgeman Downs, Stafford Heights, Hills Banyo, Wooloowin, McDowall, Chermside West,Albion, Stafford, Northgate, Carseldine, Mitchelton, Lutwyche, Gaythorne, Taigum, Grange, Myrtletown, Eagle Farm, Hendra, Clayfield, Nudgee, Sandgate, Windsor, Bracken Ridge, Chermside, Shorncliffe, Deagon, Newmarket, Hamilton, Pinkenba, Boondall, Kedron, Everton Park, Alderley, Wilston, Fitzgibbon, Wavell Heights, Kalinga, Brighton, Virginia, Keperra.

Southern suburbs: Wishart, Durack, Heathwood, Upper Mount Gravatt, Inala, Rochedale, Stretton, Moorooka, Wacol, Runcorn, Mount Gravatt East, Mount Gravatt, Ellen Grove,Acacia Ridge, Sunnybank, Willawong, Pallara, Stones Corner, Tennyson, Seventeen Mile Rocks,Annerley, Salisbury, Sumner, Yeerongpilly, Burbank, Eight Mile Plains, Karawatha, Coopers Plains, Holland Park West, Mackenzie, Nathan, Archerfield, Doolandella, Kuraby, Forest Lake, MacGregor, Sinnamon Park, Robertson, Rocklea, Tarragindi, Dutton Park, Holland Park, Greenslopes, Mansfield, Darra, Algester, Drewvale, Yeronga., Larapinta, Richlands, Calamvale, Parkinson, Fairfield, Sunnybank Hills.

Eastern suburbs: Lota, Morningside, Gumdale, Coorparoo, Ransome, Lytton, Murarrie,Balmoral, Manly West, Carina, Norman Park, Cannon Hill, Carindale, Seven Hills, Hawthorne, Bulimba, Belmont, Hemmant, Port of Brisbane, Wakerley, Wynnum West., Manly, Wynnum, Moreton Island, Chandler, Camp Hill, Tingalpa.

Eastern suburbs: The Gap, Fig Tree Pocket, Oxley, Enoggera Reservoir, Upper Kedron,tha, Ferny Grove, Chapel Hill, Graceville, Corinda, Chelmer, Pinjarra Hills, Mount Crosby, Mount Coot, Middle Park, Sherwood, Bellbowrie, Moggill, Auchenflower, Kenmore, Enoggera,Anstead, Jamboree Heights, St Lucia, Riverhills, Milton,Lake Manchester, Toowong, Brookfield, Kenmore Hills, Sinnamon Park, Ashgrove, Bardon, Upper Brookfield, Taringa, Pullenvale, Chuwar, Indooroopilly, Mount Ommaney, Kholo, Karana Downs, , Jindalee, Westlake.

Logan City: South Maclean, Beenleigh, Crestmead, Mundoolun, Tanah Merah, Hillcrest, Bethania, North Maclean, Slacks Creek, Belivah, Stockleigh, Logan Central, Marsden, Cornubia, Holmview, Jimboomba, Kingston, Cedar Vale, Kagaru, Veresdale Scrub, Daisy Hill,Bahrs Scrub, Eagleby, Waterford West, Waterford, Wolffdene, Woodhill, Park Ridge South, Priestdale, Chambers Flat, Cedar Creek, Loganholme, Munruben, Yarrabilba., Logan Village, Park Ridge, Carbrook, Springwood, Woodridge, Forestdale, Buccan, New Beith, Boronia Heights, Veresdale, Regents Park, Edens Landing, Bannockburn, Undullah, Logan Reserve, Underwood, Tamborine, Berrinba, Greenbank, Heritage Park, Loganlea, Shailer Park, Mount Warren Park, Lyons, Rochedale South, Windaroo, Meadowbrook, Browns Plains, Cedar Grove.

Gold Coast

Burleigh Heads, Numinbah Valley‎, Robina, Willow Vale, Varsity Lakes, Currumbin, Gilston,Advancetown, Springbrook, Coolangatta‎, Tallebudgera, Broadbeach, Alberton, Surfers Paradise, Mudgeeraba, Yatala, Worongary, Southport, Main Beach, Pimpama.

 

Other Resources:

http://www.nafed.org/about-nafed-certification.html

https://blog.compliancecouncil.com.au/blog/how-often-do-fire-extinguishers-need-to-be-inspected

https://training.nsca.org.au/training-courses/fire-safety/fire-extinguisher.cfm

https://www.scc.ca/en/standards/notices-of-intent/ulc/standard-for-rating-and-fire-testing-fire-extinguishers

https://www.saiglobal.com/pdftemp/previews/osh/as/as1000/1800/1841.1-2007.pdf

https://www.nfpa.org/codes-and-standards/all-codes-and-standards/list-of-codes-and-standards/detail?code=10