Fire Blanket Maintenance.
What are Fire Blankets?
A fire blanket is a safety device, usually made available along with other fire safety equipment such as fire extinguishers, which can be used to help extinguishing accidental fires. They operate on the principle that smothering a fire starves it oxygen, and is commonly used to put out chip-pan fires, as well as bodily fires.
1.0m x 1.0m
1.2m x 1.0m
1.2m x 1.2m
1.2m x 1.8m
1.8m x 1.8m
How we maintain you’re Blankets.
1. A maintenance record shall be provided by the property owner or agent to sequentially record the maintenance carried out on fire blankets
2. Details of records shall be kept in accordance with the requirements of AS1851. Maintenance records may be electronically based. For fire blankets, hard copy records, in the form of record tag or label, shall be kept on site and be available at all times.
3. A maintenance record tag or label shall be provided to record the last level of inspection performed.
Maintenance record tags shall comply with the following:
(a) Provide for the year and month.
(b) Be made of suitable material.
(c) Have lettering, with figures, and lines printed in black.
(d) Have a continuous background colour approximating Golden Yellow
4. At the completion of the inspection a report shall be provided to the property owner or occupier. All discrepancies shall be identified and included in the report.
We can provide Service and Maintenance of your Fire Blankets for your home or business.
Our Technicians are fully certified through the leading industry body. Fire protection association of Australia
Call us today on 1800 624 811