We have a proud record of completing all services in the month due.
When you entrust us with your fire safety and electrical equipment, you can be confident that every reasonable effort is made to schedule and complete the required services and record keeping on time.
We recognise that our customers rely on us to ensure their equipment has been inspected and is compliant.
Each time a customer site is audited by a third party or when the Queensland Fire and Rescue Service issues a Maintenance Inspection Report, Fortifire often receives feedback that our test records are the best that they have seen.
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Our senior staff are respected members in our industry and are considered experts in their field. From time to time we are called upon to speak at industry seminars or participate in technical committees.
On the occasion that we do not know something, we are not too proud to tell you honestly and we will use our network to get you the right answers.
Fortifire employees commit to ongoing and continuous Professional Development. Every technician holds the relevant qualifications to perform their duties competently.
Deal with a company that has industry approved Professional Indemnity, Public Liability, and WorkCover insurances.
At Fortifire, there is nowhere to hide. All activities are electronically time-stamped and geo-stamped. Customer assets are individually bar coded and scanned at each inspection. Asset history is traced and any defect issues will remain open in our system for automatic follow-up until they have been formally resolved.
What we do
All services are performed in accordance with the relevant Australian Standard, Manufacturer’s Specifications, Building Code and other legislative requirements. Some customers may also have there own additional requirements.
Perform a visual inspection and confirm if there are any obvious defects
Conduct functional checks and prove the equipment will operate as intended and within design tolerances.
Verify the equipment is suitable for purpose, check for changes in use or layout of each area, confirm building code requirements are satisfied.