A few of our Fire Engineers and Fire Evacuation team recently attended and spoke at the national Fire New Zealand conference at Tauranga’s Baypark Stadium.
Installing new racking systems, changing existing layouts to existing systems or undertaking vertical extensions can potentially affect a buildings’ compliance status.
For those dealing with BWoF’s and Compliance Schedules (C/S) on a regular basis you will have noticed that some BWoF’s include “Occupancy Numbers” and some do not. How can this be for what appears to be a key piece of building safety information?
Our engineering, consulting and technical services are as follows; BWoF – Building Warrant of Fitness: – IQP inspections / Compliance Administration / BWoF Issu…
On 1st July 2018 the Fire and Emergency New Zealand (Fire Safety, Evacuation Procedures, and Evacuation Schemes) Regulations 2018 will replace the existing Fire Safety and Evacuation of Buildings Regulations 2006.
Yes we are nearly into another year. For those with the responsibility of managing commercial property, be it industrial, commercial, retail or Unit Title here are a few things to ensure you have ticked off for or during 2018.
The options for building owners and their managers to obtain a building warrant of fitness broadly sits in two camps, an independent BWoF service company or a fire systems company. Other options are available but they are dwarfed by the dominance of the two outlined.