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Fire Safety Measures: Fire Doors

$140.00 (inc GST)

Defects in fire safety systems are the second most common defect identified by inspections of class 2 buildings under Fair Trading’s occupation certificate (OC) audit program, arising in around 46% of buildings.

Standards are in place that govern the correct installation of fire safety measures (FSMs); however, incorrect interpretation of these standards can lead to faulty or non-compliant installations.  The Fire Safety Measure in focus for this course is fire doors.

At the end of this course, you should be able to:

  1. Identify when and where fire doors are required.
  2. Identify standards relevant to fire doors.
  3. Identify the minimum standard of performance and operation for different fire doors.
  4. Inspect and assess whether fire doors are operating as required.
  5. Complete the relevant aspects of the approved Fire Safety Statement Form.

As you work through the course you will have the opportunity to progressively check your understanding and answer some questions at the end of each topic. Upon completion of the course, undertake the assessment quiz and the feedback activity to obtain your certificate of completion.

This course is aimed at Fire Safety Assessors however would also benefit designers, architects, fire safety engineers, passive fire consultants, installers and maintenance persons.

Duration:  2 hours
Delivery: Online – 6 months access

Proudly developed by Standards Australia in collaboration with the Office of the Building Commissioner.

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This short course will help you better understand and apply the standards when assessing fire doors as an accredited practitioner Fire Safety Assessor (Fire Safety), commonly known as a Fire Safety Assessor.