Good Practice Guides
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 Australian Standards,
Legislation, Practice Notes, etc.) do not exist or lack detail.
GPG-03 Adoption and Use of AS 1851-2012 (Version
Posted on 01/05/2016
This Good Practice Guide is intended to provide practical
guidance on the regulatory framework relating to the maintenance of
fire protection systems and equipment in each state and territory
and the use of AS 1851-2012.
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GPG-04 Annual Fire Safety Statements - New South
Posted on 01/03/2014
This guide presents feature of good practice in relation to the
application and implementation on Annual Fire Safety Statement
requirements and is recommended to industry in order to achieve
consistency for all stakeholders in the process.
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GPG-02 Completion of Extinguisher Service Records
When Not All Tasks Can Be Undertaken
Posted on 01/05/2013
This Good Practice Guide includes examples of situations where
circumstances mean that not all service activities can be conducted
on portable fire extinguishers and provides recommendations on how
to record this appropriately.
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GPG-01 Specification and Application of
Intumescent Coating Systems for Structural Steel
Posted on 01/12/2012
This document has been prepared to provide guidance in relation
to the specification and application of intumescent coating systems
(ICS) for the fire protection of structural steel.
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