1. Portable fire extinguishers are generally provided as "first attack" units in fire fighting and should only be used in early stages of fire before it can spread and develop heat. There are five different types of extinguishers, and selection of extinguishers must be made with the class of fire in mind.Aug, 2018
  2. When the construction of a building is complete, the building owner is responsible for its upkeep and maintenance, particularly its safety features or essential safety measures.Aug, 2018
  3. Fire Protection Systems and Equipment are nominated safety equipment, fittings, systems or management measures provided in, or for, a building and required in the event of fire or other emergency to protect against loss of life or property (for example, fire sprinklers, smoke control systems, and exits).Aug, 2018
  4. There are two main types of smoke detectors: ionisation detectors and photoelectric detectors. A smoke alarm uses one or both methods, sometimes plus a heat detector, to warn of a fire. The devices may be powered by a 9-volt battery, lithium battery, 230-volt house wiring or an alarm panel.Aug, 2018
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  6. An essential safety measure defined under the Building Regulations 2006 include the following examples:May, 2007
  7. The Building Code of Australia ("BCA") is a nationally consistent technical document that represents the level of safety that meets community May, 2007
  8. Smoke detectors or Smoke alarms are important safety devices, because of their obvious potential to save lives and property.Jan, 2005