What is an Annual Fire Safety Statement?
Once a building’s fire safety system has been inspected, tested, and repaired (if necessary), an Annual Fire Safety Statement (AFSS) is issued.
Essentially, an AFSS is a statement made by the owners of the building to the local council, declaring that the building’s fire safety measures have been assessed and endorsed by an Accredited Practitioner (Fire Safety).
Failure to submit a compliant AFSS on time, may result in fines from the council ranging from $1,000 for a one-week delay, up to $110,000 for failure to provide the statement at all.
Civil Fire takes the hassle out of securing an AFSS by managing the entire process from start to finish.
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