Fire Safety Compliance
At Omnii, we understand that meeting ongoing legislative and fire safety compliance requirements is not only key for any property owner but is a significant risk mitigation measure to deploy.
Omnii staff have extensive knowledge of both current and past legislation to enable them to make the correct assessment of compliance. Buildings are required to comply with the legislation they were constructed to retrospectively comply with the latest legislation. Incorrect assessment of compliance can lead to unnecessary expenditure.
To ensure confidence that the required fire safety measures are being correctly identified, fire engineering requirements are being followed, or that tenancies are not placing your insurances at risk by breaching fire safety requirements, Omnii work with you to provide the following fire safety compliance services:
- Independent Fire Compliance Inspections and Reporting
- Reporting, Processing, Lodgement, and Monitoring of:
- Occupier’s Statement – Queensland
- Annual Fire Safety Statement (AFSS) – New South Wales
- Annual Essential Safety Measures Report (AESMR) – Victoria
- Essential Fire Services Audits
The outcome of this process is to achieve statutory requirements and to do so in a manner that is seamless and without complication. The ultimate goal is to provide a safe working environment for building occupants, with consideration of asset protection when requested by our clients. We aim to achieve this outcome, be it with new or existing buildings.
Our current qualifications and accreditations are amongst the highest available in the engineering community. Omnii employ engineers who are Chartered Professional Engineers accredited by Engineers Australia.
In addition, many of our staff are registered with the Fire Protection Association of Australia (FPAA), as Accredited Fire Safety Practitioners (AFSP) under the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000, with all of the available essential services modules able to be certified.
A number of our practitioners are Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) Fire Safety Professional Licensees, allowing for the inspection of, or reporting on, buildings, including existing, temporary or special structures, against fire performance legislation.