Essential servicing and maintenance is a core element to our business as it is critical to enhancing the amenity of buildings as well as protecting the health and safety of building occupants.
Why do they need to be maintained?
The objective of maintenance is to ensure that every essential safety measure continues to perform at the level of operation that the building is designed to comply to in order to meet occupancy permit requirements.
The maintenance of essential safety measures involves:
- ensuring the service is maintained at a level of performance specified by the relevant building surveyor (RBS), usually to the BCA or an Australian Standard;
- periodical inspections and checks in accordance with an Australian Standard or other specified method; and
- maintaining a record of the maintenance inspections and checks in the form of an annual ’essential safety measures report’.
- Fire damper inspections and repairs.
- HVAC maintenance and repairs to all building HVAC related fire systems.
- HVAC smoke management system performance testing and measuring such as stair pressurisation and floor (sandwich and pressurisation type) to meet relevant standards and codes.
- Essential servicing consulting.