Annual Maintenance Statements… Prepared for You

Essential Safety & Health Features & Measures are the life & fire safety systems required in buildings to ensure the safety of occupants in the event of a fire or emergency.
As from 1 July 2004, a building owner (in accordance with the Building Regulations 2004) must maintain any essential safety and health features of their building and any essential safety and health measures necessary to ensure the safety of persons using their building. An owner must also publicly display an annual maintenance statement that the features and measures have been assessed by an appropriately qualified person and are performing to a standard to which they were originally designed. The property owner has until 14 July 2006 to display the first Annual Maintenance Statement for current older buildings.    
Statcom Systems is a leader in this field & provide complete essential safety & health features and measures solutions & offer a professional & highly developed range of services and products to assist in the compliance of essential safety, essential services and fire safety, including the preparation of Annual Maintenance Statements. Statcom Systems has offices in Melbourne, East Gippsland and Sydney. In Tasmania, Statcom Systems would carry out the initial identification of essential safety & health features & health measures using its own staff or in some cases, be supported by local Building Surveyors or Fire Services Companies.




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