Life Property Environment

Life Property Environment

The Fire Protection Association Australia is Australia's major technical and educational fire safety organisation aiming to achieve continual improvement in fire safety through active membership and a range of activities.

<font color="#003562"> AS 1851-2012 Logbooks and Summary Records

AS 1851-2012 Logbooks and Summary Records

All AS 1851-2012 logbooks and summary record books are now in stock. Order now for immediate delivery.

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VIC & NSW Fire Expos

These one day exhibitions will showcase local members' products and services to the fire protection and affiliated industries. Find out how your business can get involved today.

Engagement & Education

Engagement & Education

The newly created Engagement & Education Department is now accesible on the FPA Australia website. Click to find out more about all FPA Australia Events, Training or State & Territory Memberhsip Groups.

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FPA Australia: the peak technical and educational fire safety organisation


Fire Protection Association Australia (FPA Australia) is the national peak body for fire safety that provides information, services and education to the fire protection industry and the community.


FPA Australia is represented across Australia by active members and is supported by the broader industry and related stakeholders in the built environment, bushfire and other specialist sectors. The Association is a not-for-profit organisation with its national head office based in Melbourne.


Central to our vision is a focus on advocacy in order to influence change and deliver improved fire safety outcomes for the community.


The Association plays a pivotal role in providing advice and information on all aspects of fire safety and related emergencies through a range of services to the industry and the wider community.


FPA Australia offers a flexible range of membership options across Personal, Corporate and Organisation categories. These options are based on a tiered structure with a range of benefits to suit all stakeholders working in, or associated with, the fire protection industry in Australia.