The relevant Fire
Authority may be required under regulatory obligation to become
involved and to approve Emergency Management Arrangements. This
ensures a harmonious approach to dealing with incidents at the
Site is achieved.
Proof of compliance
against relevant State Regulations, Standards and the Building
Code of Australia (BCA) will often be required.
In order for compliance,
detailed audits of fire systems (hydrants, sprinklers, alarms,
location of fire fighting equipment etc..) must be carried out,
and in some instances, hydrostatic testing to test working pressure
of the hydrant main is requested.