The Associations Technical Department provides a fire safety consulting service throughout the Southern African region.

Utilizing a team of highly qualified professionals, with national and international fire safety management consulting experience, we are ideally positioned to offer a cost effective professional consulting service that will help members meet their fire safety obligations with confidence.

Supported by our extensive technical library, that provides access to local and international standards, codes and best practice, we are able to offer fire safety consulting to all business sectors including commerce, industry, healthcare, institutions and surface mining. Due to our involvement in legal compliance reviews, and to avoid a conflict of interest, we do not prepare rational designs in terms of the National Building Regulations.

The following Fire safety management consulting services are offered: 

This service has been specifically tailored to meet the intentions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the risk assessment component of a company’s safety management programme (focused on Life and/ or Assets protection). 

Both existing premises and post-fire reviews are undertaken. This involves identifying the applicable legislation in relation to the risk profile of the premises and then assessing compliance regarding the following:

This service has been developed specifically for organizations operating on an in-house fire safety manual and procedures (including the fire component of a safety management system)

We offer an independent fire scene examination service for structures, vehicles, plant and machinery to help accurately determine origin, cause and fire spread factors.

Tailored to the needs of our clients, this category of service includes:

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