The FPA Australia Technical Department is responsible for the
development, implementation and management of the Association's
strategic policy on technical issues for the fire protection
The Department works with NTAC, TACs, SIGs and other
stakeholders to - among other activities - develop technical
documents that benefit members, the industry and the community.
These documents provide complementary, interpretative,
educational or provocative advice for the benefit of members,
industry and the community in accordance with the vision of the
There are several different types of FPA Australia technical
Internal documents that provide leadership and establish
protocols for Association processes
Clearly and succinctly state FPA Australia's opinion in relation
to a specific technical issue.
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Statements and to access them
Raise awareness regarding changes to regulatory requirements or
processes; industry trends or practices; or concerns regarding
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Bulletins and to access them
Technical Advisory Notes
Provide interpretation of non-FPA Australia documents (e.g.
Australian Standards, Legislation, Practice Notes etc.) and
advocates best practice for compliance and processes.
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Advisory Notes and to access them
Good Practice Guides
Provide detailed advice for the application of good fire
protection industry work practices where other suitable non-FPA
Australia documents (e.g. Australia Standards, Legislation,
Practice Notes, etc.) do not exist or lack detail.
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Guides and to access them
Gather information from multiple sources to provide a central
source of information for the fire protection industry.
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Documents and to access them