Judicial fire prevention requires systems that are bespoke. They require significant Fire Protection Services and Fire Engineering consideration, and ought to be undertaken by specialists.
Omnii understands the processes of these types of facilities and are cognisant of the various occupant types frequenting them. This is paramount to ensuring the success of Fire Protection design and Fire Engineering principles.
Key considerations of Fire Protection Services and Fire Engineering for Judicial facilities are:
|Client||Department of Justice, Victoria|
Omnii was engaged to conduct a review of the existing site detection and alarm system at the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre. The System review of the fault acknowledgment process was also conducted to improve functional requirements of the existing notifier system and to reduce staff response to spurious alarms. Further recommendations were made to upgrade the legacy fire strategy, including modification of the egress routes to ensure security requirements were upheld upon general fire alarm.
The Kingaroy Police Station & Watch House underwent substantial redevelopment and construction to replace the existing station buildings. The multi-million dollar new facility houses over 33 Queensland Police Staff and features an undercover connection between the watchhouse and courthouse buildings.
|Location||Thursday Island, Qld|
Omnii, in association with Umow Lai, undertook Fire Engineering for the refurbishment of The Block C Watch House building at the Thursday Island Police Facility. Omnii undertook evaluation of the design aspect and the specific requirements associated with the provision of life safety in a watch house environment.