Fire Safety

Fire safety advisor (FSA)

Under current Building Fire legislation any high occupancy buildings require a Fire Safety
Advisor to be appointed. Safety Coordination can fill this roll for you.

(*High Occupancy Building – 30 or more employees, a Class 2 or 3 building that
is more than 25m in height, a Class 4 building and an at risk licensed premises as
nominated by the Commissioner)

The Fire Safety Adviser has a responsibility to:

  • be familiar with all aspects of building fire safety;
  • provide advice to the occupier to ensure that appropriate emergency planning has taken place; and
  •  provide advice to the occupier to ensure that appropriate instruction is carried out at the prescribed times and intervals.


Normally our work on-site includes:

  • A Comprehensive Fire Audit of the building, Egress Paths, Assembly Points etc
  • A review of the Fire & Emergency Procedures of the building
  • A full evacuation drill of the building including a de-brief and training session with Fire Wardens (Including a written evacuation drill report following the drill) A meeting of the Emergency Planning Committee if required (recommended annually)
  • Completing Fire Risk Assessments as required (based on workplace requirements)
  • Being available to senior management to discuss any fire safety concerns.
  • Being available day to day (outside these times) to client management and the QFRS if required to discuss emergency procedures over the telephone.